Picture Dictionary

Picture Dictionary :

A is an Ape that swings from a tree.

B is a Ball for Beena and me.

C is for Classroom.

D is for Dog.

E is for an Egg.

F is for Frog.

G is the Garden where the marigold blooms.

H is for House with big and small rooms.

I is for an Inkpot.

J is for Jam.

K is for Kite.

L is for Lamb.

M is for Man who lives in a hut.

N is for Nose, Nine, Nest and Nut.

O is for an Owl.

P is for Play.

Q is for Questions we ask every day.

R is for River.

S is for Street.

T for Tomatoes that we like to eat.

U is for an Umbrella. Use it when it rains.

V is for Villages On hills and plains.

W is for Walnut Water and Wall.

X is for X-mas tree That stands so tall.

Y is for Yellow Like the sun in May.

Z is the Zebra That gallops away.


The word POETRY originates from a Greek word meaning TO MAKE. A poet is thus a maker and the poem something that is made or created. No single definition of poetry is possible but some characteristic features of poetry may be mentioned. Poetry has a musical quality with rhythm, pitch, metre and it may use figures of speech such as simile and metaphor. While quite a few poems in this selection are in traditional forms, the unit also includes modern poems that are free from formal restrictions.

Here is a list of English Poems written by various authors. Whatever the question is, poetry may be the answer. Writers say poetry provides them with comfort, a way to express themselves and the discipline of finding the essence with few words. Writing the poem (and finding just the right word) is the measure of success that the authors use. Really good poetry is instinctive. It’s who you are. It’s from the heart. You need to expose yourself to all kinds of poets and you may find your motivation and muse that way. Poetry gets to the core meaning. Poetry expands ideas.

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