The Mouse and the Frog (A Story)

22 Oct

There was a mouse who got friendly with a frog.“Why don’t you come and have lunch with me.” Said the frog.“I would love to do that.” Replied the mouse, “but I am not a good swimmer. I will drown in your pond.” “Oh no , you won’t,” said the frog. “I’ll tie your leg with mine and help you to swim to my house.” “What a wonderful adventure I’ll have”, said the mouse. So the frog and the mouse tied their legs together and started swimming. When they reached the middle of the pond,the frog started pulling the mouse under the water. “Stop it”, cried the mouse, “I’ll drown.” But the wicked frog did not stop. He kept pulling the mouse under the water till he drowned. Just then an eagle was flying by. It saw the dead mouse floating in the water. He swooped down and picked it up and flew away. As the mouse leg was tied to the frog’s leg, the frog had to go as well. “Help, help”,cried the frog, “Somebody save me from this eagle.” But nobody came to save him. The eagle took the dead mouse and the and the frog to it’s nest and they were quickly eaten by his young ones.

Moral: Those who seek to harm others often come to harm themselves. –

Piyush Sharma, Class 4H, GEMS


The Secret Path (a story)

15 Oct

Once upon a time, there was a boy named Arun. He loved kites but he was very poor. So he couldn’t buy kites. One day a kite was falling. Arun ran after the kite and he found the kite but he was lost. His parents were worried and searched for him. Arun was very scared but he walked and found a secret path. He found there were beautiful things. He searched and found a door that lead him to his house. He said these things to his parents. They also went in the secret path. They opened a shop to go there and became rich. And the boy had lots of kites.

– Sujal Chitrakar, Class 4H, GEMS

Oh Great Lord Thanks for Giving Joy (a poem)

23 Jun

Oh God,
Thank you for giving me mother,
Father, brothers and sisters,
Thank you for giving me family.

Oh lord,
Thank you for creating birds,
Who sing and fill my heart with joy,
Thank you for making land,
On which we sing and dance.

Oh lord,
The presence of air,
Fills my lungs with joy,
The presence of water,
Fills my mouth with fun.

Oh God,
Thank you for what I have,
And what I will get
Wish they give me fun by fun,
All the time.

– Aditya Raman Singh, Class 5’H’, GEMS, 2069

Spring Season (A Poem)

23 Jun

There are flowers blooming round, blooming round,
There are new leaves coming around, coming around,
There are kids playing with falling leaves, falling leaves,
There are cuckoos singing around, singing around.

I want to see the blooming flowers more and more,
I want to listen to the cuckoos’ song more and more,
I want to see the leaves falling more and more,
I want to play with the fallen leaves more and more.

– Abhishek Jha, Class 4’G’, GEMS, 2069

Summer Time (A Poem)

23 Jun

Summer time is back again,
It’ s time to eat ice cream again,
Also to gave fresh fruits and cold drink,
As always to make my mind more think,

The sun shines brightly in the morning,
Walking with my brother in the pleasant evening,
This summer, I want to buy a new pink t-shirt,
And also a colourful skirt,

This summer I want to have a long holiday,
But the school remains open everyday,
It take a bath almost everyday and make myself cool,
Also planning to gor for a swim in the pool.

I always keep my hair short during the season,
It is very dry and hot, that is the reason.

– Avyna Vaidya, Class 4’G’, GEMS, 2069

Greediness is a Curse (A Story)

23 Jun


Once there was a man. He had a wonderful goose. It laid a golden egg everyday. The man grew very rich in no time. He took a sharp knife and cut the goose open. When he opened the goose, he did not find anything. He had lost his precious goose. It was too late.

 – Swarnim Khanal, Class 4’J’, GEMS, 2069

The Useful Telephone (a story)

23 Jun

Once upon a time, there lived a girl Eva. She loved to play with toys. When it was time of homework, she finished her homework fast so that shw could play with her new toys. After some days, it was her birthday. Eva was excited to see her presents. Her aunt gave a big present. She was imagining what could be the present. She went to her room and opened all her presents. Her mother gave a pen which could be used for higher classes. Her daddy gave a hair band. Her brother gave a frock. Her uncle gave a school bag and other some toys but her aunt gave an expensive telephone but she was thinking in her mind why Aunt gave me a telephone instead of other things. One day when she was in her room, she kept it in her cupboard. As she was sleeping after lunch her friend phoned her but the telephone was inside the cupboard so she could not listen the telephone ringing. Her friend was so worried because if she had gone out she could not come at the party. Another day the same thing happened. One day she took it out from the cupboard and she rested. Suddenly the telephone rang and she thought who could it be. She picked up and said, ‘Hello’ and her friend replied “Why didn’t you come at last year’s party?. There was a present for you.” Next day she had a lot of fun and she also got a present. Now she learnt a lesson.

Moral – Every thing we get has some use.

– Prasanna Rajbhandari, Class 4’H’, GEMS, 2069