Who am I?

— Menonim Menonimus

I fly up the sky a lot,

Both in cold and hot

Sometimes I am in the ground

Sometimes I am in the pond.

 

I am also in the cloud

Making a black crowd

I am the friend of farmer

My name rhymes with ‘mother’.

I am bliss from heaven

Now say: what is my name?

 

You are none but ‘water’

That rhymes with ‘mother’. 0 0 0

(This poem ‘Who am I?’ originally belongs to the book entitled ‘The Little Girl and the Stars’ by Menonim Menonimus)

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