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POEM:- THOMAS ALVA EDISON

   Thomas Alva Edison

-biographical poem of Thomas Alva Edison.

Thomas Alva Edison,

A most unusual boy,

Never really bothered much

With any childish toy.

His teacher thought he couldn’t learn

And sent him home from school,

But Tommy’s mother knew for sure

He wasn’t any fool.

He worked as newsboy on a train,

He learned to telegraph.

The way he concentrated

Made some people laugh.

Thomas Alva Edison

Had inventions by the score.

In his laboratory

He kept inventing more.

The phonograph, electric light

(with fuses, Sockets,too),

A super storage battery,

And movies were a few.

If not for Mr. Edison

How dull our lives would be!

We might not have the radio.

The X-ray, or TV!

-AARUSH BHARDWAJ

 


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