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Hurt No living Thing & How doth the little busy bee






Two Poems







 By: Shruti
Somaiya,

Std IV A, Lokhandwala Foundation School,

 Kandivali (East),  Mumbai
400 101







HURT NO LIVING THING 




Hurt no living thing,

Ladybird, nor butterfly,

Nor moth with dusty wing,

Nor cricket chirping cheerily,

Nor grasshopper so light of leap,

Nor dancing gnat, nor beetle fat,

Nor harmless worms that creep.


HOW DOTH THE LITTLE BUSY BEE




How doth the little busy bee 

Improve each shining hour,

And gather honey all the day 

From every passing flower!



How skillfully she builds her cell,

How neat she spreads the wax!

And labours hard to store it well 

With the sweet food she makes.



Words of Appreciation

Sneha These 2 poems are really nice. They describe about various things of nature and a busy bee. Children have the ability to write such poems. Keep it up! 
B.R.Jayathi Shruti, you've written the 1st poem very well. But the second poem, though it is very good, it is from a textbook, since I had it last year. I can even tell you the name of my textbook-English reader Part 6 by Ratna Sagar. But yet, you have chosen a really good poem and I am glad the whole world knows about it now!!!!!!

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