Tuesday, December 17, 2013

The Fieldmouse Comments

Rating: 4.4

Where the acorn tumbles down,
Where the ash tree sheds its berry,

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Cecil Frances Alexander
COMMENTS

A wonderful poem. Beautifully crafted.

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Chinedu Dike 07 May 2021

Beautiful rendition of words to utterly justice. A work of an intricate mind.

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Congratulations being chosen as the CLASSIC Poem Of The Day! Loveliest poem, so cutest about a fieldmouse around her house.

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There is a loveliest rhythm in this poem I truly enjoyed. Cecil Frances Alexander is a true great poetess of the country-life.

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What a loveliest poem, a conversation with the fieldmouse.If it has become a housemouse, then the poetess would not write such a brilliant kindest poem, the pooetess enjoyed seeing the fieldmouse through the long grass passing her house, a finest read

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Mustafa Test 07 May 2021

Lovely work of art.

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Mustafa Test 07 May 2021

Please translate it in hindi

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Harindhar Reddy 07 May 2020

Without any doubt of iota this poem deserves to be the POEM OF THE DAY at any point of time. What a beautiful poem on nature with succulent minute observations... .

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Chinedu Dike 07 May 2020

Lovely work of art.

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Dr Antony Theodore 07 May 2020

Make your hole where mosses spring, Underneath the tall oak's shadow, Pretty, quiet harmless thing, Play about the sunny meadow. A very fine poem. tony

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Kumarmani Mahakul 07 May 2020

But you must not steal the grain He has stacked with so much pain.......... outstanding conceptualization. A beautiful poem of Frances Alexander is well executed.

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Ruta Mohapatra 07 May 2020

Wonderful! So much liking and such protective instinct for the little creature!

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Mahtab Bangalee 07 May 2020

Fieldmouse, fieldmouse, do not go, Where the farmer stacks his treasure, Find the nut that falls below, ..... superb the poem of natural problematic situation between mouse and farmer in the time of crops storage/// enjoyable

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Ratnakar Mandlik 07 May 2020

A sweet poem celebrating the presence of little field mouse, a decent creation of nature, along with it's way of life and living style. A well deserved classic poem of the Day.

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Swati 04 May 2020

Please translate it in hindi

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Alok kumar 24 February 2019

Nice poem

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Jennifer 17 September 2018

I dont know

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Thomas Sarko 05 April 2018

Beautiful lines, easy rhythm, such masterful construction of literary sound devices.

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Behind every word, painted the kind heart of a woman. Love it.

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Lisbon Tawanda 17 June 2015

Wow wow, this is a very nice poem. I like it!

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