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Frequently Asked Questions. What You Get. Editorial Calendar. State and National Standards. Funding Guide. Curricular Topics. Using Storyworks 3. Google and LMS Integration. Toggle navigation Toggle navigation. Latest Issue. All Issues. Sign in to Your Account. What is it that keeps the kite up there? It is the wind, isn't it? How many of you have ever seen the wind? That was a trick question! No one has seen the wind. You can't see the wind because it is invisible. Well, if you can't see the wind, how do you know that it is there?
First, you can know that the wind is there because you can see it moving things. Take some bits of paper in your hand and blow them into the air. You can see it moving the leaves on the trees and blowing bits of paper around. You can't see the wind, but you know it is there because you can see what the wind is doing.
When I was in junior school I was asked to recite this poem and on completion I was given a extra bottle of milk which in my school days was distriubed to all pupils. Had this poem for homework and lost the page. So glad I could find it on Google. We had to memorize this poem in the second grade in Irving, TX. Glad that I could Google it. O my i was excited to Google and find this poem, I'm season in age but we are having a fierce wind storm and I thought of this poem that I remembered as a child in grade school, now I couldn't remember line fior line but the first line I certainly remember.
Thank you for wonderful memories. Isn't there a little more to, this poem? Oh wind do you never rest, Who Has Seen The Wind? Christina Georgina Rossetti 33 on top poets. External Sites. User Reviews.
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The second stanza operates much like the first, mirroring the opening question as a refrain. The Bible Who Has Seen The Wind that the Spirit of God moves men to speak and to do things for him. Physical Science. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Interactive Notebooks. Can't-Miss Teaching Extras. GrammarPoetryPhonics. Buy Study Guide.
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