English Poem “If I Were King” of poet Alan Alexander Milne complete poem with summery for Students.

If I Were King

Alan Alexander Milne

If only I were King of France,

I wouldn’t brush my hair for aunts.

I think, if I were King of Greece,

I’d push things off the mantelpiece.

If I were King of Norroway,

I’d ask an elephant to stay.

If I were King of Babylon,

I’d leave my button gloves undone.

If I were King of Timbuctoo,

I’d think of lovely things to do.

If I were King of anything,

I’d tell the soldiers, I’m the King!”

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