Windy lines



Welcome children! Today’s topic is named ‘Windy Lines.’ This is a collection of quotations from famous authors on the subject of wind. The first quotation goes like this: ‘No one can tell me Nobody knows Where the wind comes from Where the wind goes These lines are from the original poem titled ‘A wind on the Hill’ written by A.A. Milne a famous poet. The lines says that no one can tell the poet as nobody knows from where the wind comes and where does it go. The next lines are from a poem named ‘The wind’ Written by R.L. Stevensen the lines are: O you that are so strong and cold O blower, are you young and old? Are you a beast of field and tree, Or just a stronger child than me? O wind a blowing all day long O wind, that sings so loud a song!