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In this world of living creatures
Each has different thoughts and features
Thousands of men and animals, domestic and wild
Some are strong and bold, some are meek and mild
Then there are fruits, of so many kinds
Wherever you go, a different one you’ll find 
Fruits are numerous, apples, mango and cherry
But my favourite is the strawberry
Its red in colour, an upside-down bell
And it’s sweeter than nectar, with a wonderful smell
Wherever I go, left or right,
I think strawberries, whether day or night
Autumn and winter are its growing seasons
Don’t ask me why, for there are various reasons
Strawberry jams and pies, and ice creams and tarts
Such a delicious taste, that it wins all hearts,
Apples or cherries, mangoes or blueberries 
If you wish to be merry, then have strawberries.

(Aritro Bose is a student of Class VI C, Bluebells School International, New Delhi)


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