Hey friends, Sara here. We all jogged our minds for our favourite Tea time memories a few days back on International Tea Day. Today 8 year old Jhanvi Shah from Mumbai shares a tea time poem which is as adorable and it is creative.
Jhanvi is a student of Marble Arch School, Mumbai.
‘Tea with a Dinosaur’ Poem by an 8 year old Bookosmian from Mumbai
One day, somebody invited me to tea.
Why me, why me, why me, why me?
I was planning to go to my friend’s house today.
But I’ll go to meet that person, anyway.
As I walked there, I saw a foot.
Oh gosh! It was larger than a coat and a boot!
Now I knew there was something bad ahead.
I must really take very good care!
Then, I saw a lovely big house.
Gladly there wasn’t even a single louse.
I knew this was a lovely place for tea.
I was so glad the person invited, was me.
But out came a dinosaur hallooing.
She said, “Come and eat my lovely pudding.”
I tasted the pudding and it was yum.
But not enough to fill my tum.
She gave me tea from her pot.
And bread and butter on toast – she gave me a lot.
She gave me some jelly which I loved to wobble.
And eat all of it without a single gobble.
Then she gave me a large cake.
It was all for me to take.
It was also very yum.
So I packaged it for me and my mum.
I really loved the dinosaur, Mrs. Hallooing.
That really must be a ‘dinosaurish’ thing.
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