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As Soon As Fred Gets Out Of Bed - Poem by Jack Prelutsky

As soon as Fred gets out of bed,
his underwear goes on his head.
His mother laughs, "Don't put it there,
a head's no place for underwear!"
But near his ears, above his brains,
is where Fred's underwear remains.

At night when Fred goes back to bed,
he deftly plucks it off his head.
His mother switches off the light
and softly croons, "Good night! Good night!"
And then, for reasons no one knows,
Fred's underwear goes on his toes.
Jack Prelutsky

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saya mera saya wo
mujh mein aan samaya wo
din nikal aaya aangan mein
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When the great silence falls, at last, on me,
Let me not leave, to pain a

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Almari se khat us ke purane nikal aye,
Phir se mere chehre pe yeh daane nikal aye,
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Unki galiyoon se jab guzre to manzar ajeeb tha,
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