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Each child is capable of interpreting a nursery rhyme in a different way. They are the ones give a personalized meaning to these texts, even to the classic poems of a lifetime.
Poetry has always been seen as a source of wisdom, but today it is seen as a fundamental tool in children's learning by the possibilities it offers to encourage reading among children.
Water, where are you going?
Laughing I go down the river
by the sea.
Sea, where are you going?
Upriver I'm looking for
source to rest.
Poplar, and what will you do?
I don't want to tell you anything.
I ... tremble!
What do I want, what do I not want,
by the river and by the sea?
Four birds aimless
they are in the high poplar.
Author: Federico García Lorca
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