From a railway carriage

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From a railway carriage

  1. 1. The world from a railway carriage
  2. 2. Faster than fairies, fasterthan witches,Bridges and houses, hedgesand ditches;And charging along liketroops in a battleAll through the meadows thehorses and cattle:
  3. 3. All of the sights of the hilland the plainFly as thick as driving rain;And ever again, in the winkof an eye,Painted stations whistle by.
  4. 4. Here is a child who clambersand scrambles,All by himself and gatheringbrambles;Here is a tramp who standsand gazes;And here is the green forstringing the daisies!
  5. 5. Here is a cart runaway in theroadLumping along with manand load;And here is a mill, and thereis a river:Each a glimpse and goneforever!
  6. 6. Faster than fairies,
  7. 7. Faster thanfairies,
  8. 8. Faster than witches,
  9. 9. Bridges and houses,
  10. 10. hedges
  11. 11. Charging along liketroops in a battle, Lots of Bangles
  12. 12. All through the meadows the horses
  13. 13. and cattle:
  14. 14. All of the sights of the hill and plain
  15. 15. Fly as thick as driving rain;
  16. 16. Fly as thick as driving rain;
  17. 17. And ever again inthe wink of an eye,
  18. 18. Painted stations whistle by.
  19. 19. Here is a child who clambers and scrambles,
  20. 20. All by himself andgathering brambles;
  21. 21. Here is tramp whostands and gazes;
  22. 22. And here is thegreen for stringing the daisies!
  23. 23. Here is a cart run away in the roadLumping along with man and load;
  24. 24. And here is a milland there is a river:
  25. 25. Each a glimpse and gone for ever!
  26. 26. Presentation by:CVVMMK Dhaveji School Assistant Science Taylor High School Narsapur 534275 Andhra Pradeshmuralidhaveji@yahoo.com

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