Tag Archives: Kids English Poems

Mahatma Gandhi: Poem on Father of The Nation

Mahatma Gandhi - Father of The Nation

Father of The Nation Mahatma Gandhi (October 2, 1869 to January 30, 1948) was the leader of India’s non-violent independence movement against British rule and in South Africa who advocated for the civil rights of Indians. Born in Porbandar, India, Gandhi studied law and organized boycotts against British institutions in peaceful forms of civil disobedience. He was killed by a …

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Football Poem For Students And Children

Football - Fred Babbin

A football is a ball inflated with air that is used to play one of the various sports known as football. In these games, with some exceptions, goals or points are scored only when the ball enters one of two designated goal-scoring areas; football games involve the two teams each trying to move the ball in opposite directions along the …

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My Role: Poem On Builders And Labour

My Role - Inspirational Poem On Builders & Labour

Labour in India refers to employment in the economy of India. In 2012, there were around 487 million workers in India, the second largest after China. Of these over 94 percent work in unincorporated, unorganized enterprises ranging from pushcart vendors to home-based diamond and gem polishing operations. The organised sector includes workers employed by the government, state-owned enterprises and private …

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They Earned The Right: Labour Day Poetry

They Earned The Right - Labour Day Poetry in English

Edgar Albert Guest was a prolific English-born American poet who was popular in the first half of the 20th century and became known as the People’s Poet. His poems often had an inspirational and optimistic view of everyday life. Labour Day Poem For Students And Children: They Earned The Right I knew Ket and Knudsen, Zeller, Zeder and Breer. I …

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Baisakhi: The New Season English Poetry

Baisakhi: The New Season

Baisakhi: The New Season Stretching, rubbing my eyes, With a wide yawn, I fill my lungs With freshness of meadows. Chitter chatter of the birds Slowly filling the air Coupled with moo moo’s so dear. A perfect natural note Suddenly breaks to The gradual pumping of water Blending perfectly with slow Increasing its pace to the Sweet dancing maidens Accentuating …

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Basant: Yudh – English Poem on Kite Flying

The festival of Basant Panchami is dedicated to Goddess Saraswati who is considered to be a goddess of knowledge, wisdom and learning. This festival is celebrated in India at the start of spring (Basant) which is generally on the 5th day (Panchami) of the spring season. This festival is associated with kite flying. She’s up and away I’m holdin’ her …

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Joyous Hanukkah: Hanukkah Festival Kids Poem

Joyous Hanukkah - Eva Grant

At last! At last! Hanukkah is here! The whole house is bursting with holiday cheer. Pancakes are sizzling as hard as they can, Browning delectably crisp in the pan. The dreidels can scarcely wait to be spun; Presents are hidden for Hanukkah fun; And there, on the table, polished and bright, The shining menorah gleams through the night, Like the …

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Happy Hanukkah: A Good Kids Hanukkah Poem

Hanukkah Poems

Outside, snow is slowly, softly Falling through the wintry night. In the house, the brass menorah Sparkles with the candlelight. Children in a circle listen To the wondrous stories told, Of the daring Maccabeans And the miracles of old. In the kitchen, pancakes sizzle, Turning brown, they’ll soon be done. Gifts are waiting to be opened, Happy Hanukkah’s begun. ∼ Eva …

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Thanksgiving Time: Poetry about Harvest Festival

Poetry about upcoming Thanksgiving Day: Thanksgiving Time

Thanksgiving was founded as a religious observance for all the members of the community to give thanks to God for a common purpose. A 1541 thanksgiving mass was held by the Spanish explorer Francisco Vásquez de Coronado and his expedition of 1,500 men at Palo Duro Canyon in what is today the Texas Panhandle. A thanksgiving took place after the …

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