Guess the country is a series in which we make explore the world through poem, cause we all are stuck inside, so when the restriction eases, you can get ideas of where to go. Even though there are 195 countries, some stand out on the map more than others. Russia, for example, is just over 17 million square kilometers, while the Canada, the United States, and China are all over 9 million square kilometers. Identifying those may not challenge your geography trivia too much, but this poem series has many more countries that may test you knowledge.
Red and white with thirteen stripes, Reminds us of our past; The colonies so long ago, Some thought they'd never last. And then the stars, although they've changed, For the states, both old and new, On a field of the blue, they're fifty strong, Home for me, and you. The river persists Carving downward, grain by grain. Sculpting majesty. There, then the fall of red walls for angles’ trough, jagged winter winds blow strong. Soon it will be dark As the moon rises over the desert plants and animal living in dryland where little rain falls it is not an easy life The sky turns dark, The moon shines out. The sunsets every night. The always beautiful desert. A country so large, That this poem can’t cover, So much to talk about, It stands out on the map. Freedom of religion to be practised by all judgement to be left at the border your rights protected by law & order Where being a citizen can promise you a chance Where you can bleed red white and blue For a code that you believe to be held true where your skin colour shouldn’t matter I am George Washington Have you heard of me? I fought in the Revolution And helped us to be free I served as the first president And led the country. “The father of the country” That's what I am called. So wave your flag. And show your pride and never let it fall: And remember why we pledge each day With liberty and justice for all.
Read also ‘guess the country #1’: https://ansarsblog.com/2021/01/17/guess-the-country-1/
Or ‘guess the country#2’ : https://ansarsblog.com/2021/04/15/guess-the-country-2/