English Poem “Us Two” of poet Alan Alexander Milne complete poem with summery for Students.

Us Two

Alan Alexander Milne

Wherever I am, there’s always Pooh,

There’s always Pooh and Me.

Whatever I do, he wants to do,

Where are you going today? says Pooh:

Well, that’s very odd ‘cos I was too.

Let’s go together, says Pooh, says he.

Let’s go together, says Pooh.

What’s twice eleven? I said to Pooh.

(Twice what? said Pooh to Me.)

I think it ought to be twenty-two.

Just what I think myself, said Pooh.

It wasn’t an easy sum to do,

But that’s what it is, said Pooh, said he.

That’s what it is, said Pooh.

Let’s look for dragons, I said to Pooh.

Yes, let’s, said Pooh to Me.

We crossed the river and found a few-

Yes, those are dragons all right, said Pooh.

As soon as I saw their beaks I knew.

That’s what they are, said Pooh, said he.

That’s what they are, said Pooh.

Let’s frighten the dragons, I said to Pooh.

That’s right, said Pooh to Me.

I’m not afraid, I said to Pooh,

And I held his paw and I shouted Shoo!

Silly old dragons!- and off they flew.

I wasn’t afraid, said Pooh, said he,

I’m never afraid with you.

So wherever I am, there’s always Pooh,

There’s always Pooh and Me.

What would I do? I said to Pooh,

If it wasn’t for you, and Pooh said: True,

It isn’t much fun for One, but Two,

Can stick together, says Pooh, says he. That’s how it is, says Pooh.”

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