Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
Little children in beautiful uniforms
Going to primary school with happy mood
Small tricolor flags pined in uniforms
Their smile the prettiest it seemed.
Walking forward to the nearby school
With happy, hope, and enthusiasm
They are the hope of tomorrow
Not only our own country but to the world.
Little children, their celebration
Independence day celebrations in school
The patriotic songs they chants
A pride to hear as a citizen.
Little children the citizens of tomorrow
Their plays and studies are important
Their thoughts and physical strength matters
Through them the country must progress.
Let them get chances to proper study
Let them have valued work experiences
Let there be enough opportunities in future
Through them the world makes itself beautiful.
Topic of this poem: friendship
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