Grade 5 Reading Lesson 8 Poetry – Song Of The Engine

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I have never traveled in a train. But when I read this poem by Christine Weatherly, I feel like travelling in one. Do their engines really sing songs as this poem describes? Let us read this poem.
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Grade 9 Reading Lesson 1 Poetry – The Road Not Taken

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The poem describes the tough choices people stand for when traveling the road of life. Sometimes, one has to choose between ways. ‘The Road Not Taken’ describes this very situation and the aspects that influence our decisions. Let us read this wonderful poem on decisions and choices by Robert Frost.
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Grade 6 Reading Lesson 3 Poetry – Under Ground

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It is dark underground; and it is as quiet as the land of the dead. All sort horrible smell seems to tower when I dig up the soil. The earthworms, and ants, and leeches come out of nowhere. I can’t even imagine how other living animals find it comfortable underground.
To the poet James Reeves, the place underground is pleasant and secure. Let us read more about what he thinks of the place.

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Grade 4 Reading Lesson 15 Poetry – Mithing Tooth

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I am in a bad thithuathon. I try to thpeak, but it sounds thilly. I hope you underthtand why I am in this thithuation.
Don’t be alarmed: this is what you will come across Kenn Nesbitt’s poem. Be sure to find out why he is speaking so.

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Grade 7 Reading Lesson 10 Poetry – I Remember, I Remember

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Do you remember anything about your childhood? Do you remember the things you used to do, or the place where you lived? Thomas Hood seems to have a good memory, for he remembers his childhood place. In this poem, I Remember, I Remember, he expresses his joy in visiting the place after so long.
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Grade 9 Reading Lesson 9 Poetry – The Arrow and the Song

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Henry Wardsworth Longfellow wrote, in October 16, 1845, “The Arrow and the Song, which came into my mind as I stood with my back to the fire, and glanced on to the paper with arrow’s speed.”
Read this poem and find out what Henry Wardsworth Longfellow wants to say through this poem.

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Grade 9 Reading Lesson 5 Poetry – Those Winter Days

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The narrator of the poem is speaking about his perceptions as an adult of his father’s labour. He looks back upon himself as a child, remembering how he felt as a child, moving slowly and fearfully in his own home, apparently wishing his father were different than the cold and angry man his father seemed. Now he feels differently for his father. Let us read Robert Hayden’s ‘The Winter Days’ and find out.
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Grade 1 Reading Lesson 5 Poetry – School Is Over

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I always feel tired after the school is over. At home, I feel better after some snacks and some rest. That is why; I always love it when the school is over. What about the poet? Does Kate Greenaway feel the same? Let us find out.
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Grade 6 Reading Lesson 6 Poetry – Angry

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I am quite short tempered. But I have been taught to control my anger and avoid hurting others when I am angry. That is why, whenever I am angry, I breathe slowly and drink lot of water. It calms me down.
That’s what I do. But you will have to read this poem, Angry by Anon to find out what the narrator does to pacify himself.

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Grade 3 Reading Lesson 18 Poetry – A Letter

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I was very pleased when I first wrote a letter. Each time I write a letter now, I have exactly the same feeling like Margaret G. Rhodes. Let us go through the poem.
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