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CLASS IV ENGLISH RUN (POEM) BY Mrs. Rukmani, PRT, K.V.Karaikal ELO : To Comprehend the poem and appreciate it
FROM THE CITY
AND IN TO THE SUN
OUT TO THE COUNTRY
RUN! RUN! RUN! COUNTRY
RUN IN THE RAIN DROPS
RUN IN THE RAIN DROPS
RUN BENEATH THE TREES UNDER THE TREES
RUN LITTLE RACES
WITH EACH LITTLE BREEZE
RUN DOWN THE HILL SIDE
RUN UP THE LANE
RUN THROUGH THE MEADOW
THEN RUN BACK AGAIN
RUN AND BE MERRY
ALL THROUGH THE DAY
RUN TO THE COUNTRY
AWAY AWAY AWAY
WORD MEANINGS COUNTRY BENEATH BREEZE HILLSIDE LANE MEADOW MERRY ALL THROUGH BIG GREEN AREAS UNDER SLOW WIND HILLY AREA NARROW PATH FIELD, GRASSLAND PLAYING CHEERFULLY THROUGH OUT
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