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The Quaint Village

May 30, 2018 | By

Akash Nag, the talented Std IV student from Kolkata loves to draw his dreams when he is in the mood. LnC presents Akash’s ideas of a quaint village.

The hills are blue
The village is sunny
The lake is green
In my colour harmony

How I wish I could talk to the fish
And sail in the boat and climb the tree
So I walk past the hut and the lake with a chalk
And slate in my hand, to sketch when I’m free

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Akash Nag is a student of Class IV of Garden High School, Kolkata. He swears by cricket but loves swimming and watching football as well. When in a good mood, Akash loves to draw the world of his dreams.
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