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From our site we want the smallest of the house to also be interested in the world of literature in general and poems in particular.
That is why we present this Nursery rhyme poem: The reflection of the bird. Children tend to have a lot of fun with nursery rhymes and they are very entertaining and some are very funny and curious like this one, which explains to children what happens when we look at each other in the water.
What happens when we look at each other in the water? What is a reflection? You can explain it to your children through the verses of this original and curious short poem about animals for children.
Reflected in the water
the confused bird,
raised his head
that peeked out from the nest.
Hey, friend - he yelled at him -
Are you coming to fly with me?
We look very the same
We'll be good friends.
Bird listen, -he insisted-
You look a lot like me
you have greenish feathers
and the indigo beak.
But the bird without moving
I looked without answering,
and the little bird in the tree
he began to despair.
Hey you unfriendly bird
Is it that you don't see me?
up here - he shouted loud
in the nest of the cypress.
But the reflection of the water
did not deign to answer,
and the one with the angry tree
protesting he flew away.
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