Now We Are Six is a book of children's poems written by A. A. Milne and originally published in 1927. It is the second collection of poems by the writer.
With simple and beautiful poetry, Milne allows us to look at life through the eyes of a child. Although categorized as children's poetry, they are enjoyable for both children and adults.
A portion of the poems in the book are about the amazing and beloved duo of Christopher Robin and Winnie-the-Pooh. The poems deal with a number of concepts from a child's point of view, such as their view of rather silly adults who behave like spoiled children, or poignant poems about a child's view of the world that include even profound philosophical questions.
Thus, this is poetry that is agile, fast-paced, and enjoyable for both children and adults.
"I have a house where I go
When there's too many people,
I have a house where I go
Where no one can be;
I have a house where I go,
Where nobody ever says 'No';
Where no one says anything—so
There is no one but me."
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Date added: 05-28-2023
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