- For the Love of Trees
- Once upon a Time
- A Thousand Paper Cranes
- Let Peace Reign
- The Secret of the Machines
- The Lady or the Tiger
- The Golden boy of Hockey
- Confessions Of a Born Spectator
- A Jungle Boy at Heart
- The Listeners
- Monday Night May 11th 1846
- Lines Written in Early Spring
- Father teaches to be prompt
- The last leaf
The Secret of the Machines
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We can pull and haul and push and lift and drive, We can print and plough and weave and heat and light, We can run and race and swim and fly and dive, We can see and hear and count and read and write! Would you call a friend from half across the world? If you’ll let us have his name and town and state, You shall see and hear your crackling question hurled Across the arch of heaven while you wait. a) What all work are the machines capable of? b) What all human activities have the machines mastered? c) How do machines make our life easier?
a) The machines can haul, push, lift and drive. They can even print, plough and weave. They can give heat and light. b) The machines can hear, count, read and even write c) If we would want to call a friend the machines help us by connecting to our friend through devices the telephone.