Poem: The Bird's Nest


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    Published on Aug 21, 2021
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    Hello Friends! It's Janjan. Today I want to share a short poem that I just memorized.

    It is from my sister, Gabbie's Language Arts lesson.

    I like rhymes so I joined her in memorizing the poem.

    Here it goes:

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    The Bird's Nest


    Here upon the leaves at rest
    A little bird has built her nest.

    Two tiny eggs within she's laid,
    And many days beside them stayed.

    Now she's happy; listen well.
    Two tiny eggs break through the shell.

    Don't you hear them? "Peep! Peep! Peep!"
    We love you Mother! "Cheep! Cheep! Cheep!"

    Do you love rhymes too?

    Can you tell me the words that rhyme in the poem?

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