Bells - Poem by Vera Sidhwa
Bells just rang and rang,
They sounded like they sang and sang.
They were happy, happy and happy.
They were jangling bells,
They were clanking bells,
They were clinking bells.
All the bells in this world,
Ring, jangle, clank and clink
They played this orchestra of bells,
For world peace.
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