Greenland [poem, 20 November 1953]

[Editor: A child’s poem, published in The Argus, 20 November 1953.]

Greenland

Greenland is a cold land,
A land of ice and snow,
And you’d probably see igloos,
Wherever you may go.
They’re built of ice and snow,
And are very warm inside,
The children’s clothes are very warm,
Made from a bear’s hide.
Greenland is a cold land,
A land of ice and snow,
The people that do live there
Are called an Eskimo.

— Bruce Anderson (11), Pine ave., Badger Creek, via Healesville.



Source:
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic.), 20 November 1953, p. 22

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