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Swinging Monkey

Swinging Monkey

Look up there And you will see The monkeys swinging From the tree I like the way They jump and flee – Now, do they want Some nuts from me? Swinging Monkey [Illustration by Sudeer Nath]

The White Flowers

The White Flowers

I love the snow-white jasmines I love the tube rose too The champaks are so lovely I’ll share them all with you! They do not boast of colours They are not bright to see But they fill the place with fragrance

Naughty Kit

Naughty Kit

Minty is a naughty kit Tell her ‘stand’ – she’s sure to sit She laps up milk without a trace But give her curds, she’ll turn her face! Minty is a naughty kit Tell her ‘come’ and she’ll just quit

Our Lips and Ears

Our Lips and Ears

If you your lips would keep from slips, Five things observe with care: Of whom you speak, to whom you speak, And how and when and where. If you your ears would save from jeers,

Sunflowers

Sunflowers

Sunflower, sunflower, I love you You look so gay and bright Sunflower, sunflower, I love you You make me think of light When I see your cheerful face I want to dance and sing Sunflower, sunflower I love you

Koel

Koel

When wisps of white Sail across the sky When the breeze blows warm And the days grow long From somewhere in the distance You can hear my song Coo-ooo, Coo-ooo Coo-oooo When mangoes ripen In the dark green trees

My Squirrel Friend

My Squirrel Friend

Have you seen my little friend? I call him nimble-feet Because he moves so swift and fast Is nimble – and discreet! He runs away with all my nuts And yet is never caught His striped coat is ever bright

Little Black Dashes

Little Black Dashes

Little Black Dashes [Illustrations by Kusum Chamoli] Little black dashes On six legs each Walking very fast Where do they reach? One saved a friend Many ate a peach We’re clever sing the ants

Roses

Roses

Roses in the winter time Roses in the fall The roses in my garden Are the nicest of them all Some prefer the jasmines The champaks on the tree Or the lilies in the pool

Have You Seen the Cuckoo Bird?

Have You Seen the Cuckoo Bird?

Have You Seen the Cuckoo Bird? [Illustration by Sudheer Nath] Have you seen the cuckoo bird With raven-coloured wing? Although I haven’t seen one yet I’ve often heard her sing.

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