Aisha Alansari

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I Eat It Everyday!


Vegetables and fruits,
They're healthy they're yummy!
They're healthy they're yummy!
and when I chew them...
shrink! shrank! shrunk!
into my tummy.
I eat it everyday!

Mango, banana and strawberry are fruits,
I eat them everyday..even more than two,
I eat it everyday!

Cucumber, lettuce and carrots are vegetables,
I like them too!
If you do then chew! chew! chew!
I eat it everyday!

Hey!
Keep on eating fruits and vegetables!
Make your heart proud,
bring the house down,
show them that you love them as I do,
if you're healthy, scream hurry!
As we all know it's vegetables and fruits day!

Submitted: Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, May 15, 2012

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I wrote this poem for Vegetables and Fruits Day in my school..by the way We had a competetion of Making the best salad and My team won!

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