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TARO’S REWARD 39
 The Quarrel
 The Quarrel
It is common for brothers and sisters to quarrel, although
sometimes they may not even be able to say why they quarrel.
But how long do such quarrels last?  How do they end?
I quarrelled with my brother
I don’t know what about,
One thing led to another
And somehow we fell out.
The start of it was slight,
The end of it was strong,
He said he was right,
I knew he was wrong!
We hated one another.
The afternoon turned black.
Then suddenly my brother
Thumped me on the back,
And said, “Oh, come along!
We can’t go on all night —
I was in the wrong.”
So he was in the right.
ELEANOR FARJEON
2020-21
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TARO’S REWARD 39
 The Quarrel
 The Quarrel
It is common for brothers and sisters to quarrel, although
sometimes they may not even be able to say why they quarrel.
But how long do such quarrels last?  How do they end?
I quarrelled with my brother
I don’t know what about,
One thing led to another
And somehow we fell out.
The start of it was slight,
The end of it was strong,
He said he was right,
I knew he was wrong!
We hated one another.
The afternoon turned black.
Then suddenly my brother
Thumped me on the back,
And said, “Oh, come along!
We can’t go on all night —
I was in the wrong.”
So he was in the right.
ELEANOR FARJEON
2020-21
40 HONEYSUCKLE
1. With your partner try to guess the meaning of the underlined
phrases.
(i) And somehow we fell out.
(ii) The afternoon turned black.
2. Read these lines from the poem:
(i) One thing led to another
(ii) The start of it was slight
(iii) The end of it was strong
(iv) The afternoon turned black
(v) Thumped me on the back
Discuss with your partner what these lines mean.
3. Describe a recent quarrel that you have had with your brother,
sister or friend. How did it start? What did you quarrel about? How
did it end?
WORKING WITH THE POEM
Answers
1. Haryana, Uttar Pradesh.
Built on the banks of the Yamuna river, Delhi is
bordered on the west by Haryana and on the
east by Uttar Pradesh.
2. Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Gujarat.
Rising from Amarkantak and flowing through
Beraghat in Madhya Pradesh, the Narmada
flows westwards across Madhya Pradesh,
Maharashtra and Gujarat into the Gulf of
Khambhat.
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