1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The duck bought three pairs of socks to cover his feet, cloak for his body and cigars. This way he will get warm and won't irritate the kangaroo. Read summary of this poem.

    The duck bought three pairs of socks to cover his feet, cloak for his body and cigars. This way he will get warm and won’t irritate the kangaroo.

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  2. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Reflection means to take some time and decide. In the poem, when the duck expresses to travel the world with him, the kangaroo takes some time to decide whether he should go with the duck or not. Read summary of this poem.

    Reflection means to take some time and decide. In the poem, when the duck expresses to travel the world with him, the kangaroo takes some time to decide whether he should go with the duck or not.

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  3. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Yes, the kangaroo does give a ride to duck because he too desires to travel the world with duck. Read summary of this poem.

    Yes, the kangaroo does give a ride to duck because he too desires to travel the world with duck.

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  4. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The duck decided to smoke a cigar so that he may get warm and not irritate the kangaroo with his wet and cold feet. Read summary of this poem.

    The duck decided to smoke a cigar so that he may get warm and not irritate the kangaroo with his wet and cold feet.

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  5. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Duck's wish is to leave the nasty pond and travel the world with kangaroo. Read summary of this poem.

    Duck’s wish is to leave the nasty pond and travel the world with kangaroo.

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  6. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    Travelling the world with the duck would bring for the kangaroo (he thought). Read summary of this poem.

    Travelling the world with the duck would bring for the kangaroo (he thought).

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  7. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The duck bought three pairs of socks so that his wet and cold feet may not irritate the kangaroo. He also bought cigars for the journey. Read summary of this poem.

    The duck bought three pairs of socks so that his wet and cold feet may not irritate the kangaroo. He also bought cigars for the journey.

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  8. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The duck was tired of living in the nasty pond. He saw the kangaroo hopping and jumping. He desired to travel the world with kangaroo. Read summary of this poem.

    The duck was tired of living in the nasty pond. He saw the kangaroo hopping and jumping. He desired to travel the world with kangaroo.

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  9. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    In the poem The Duck and The Kangaroo, duck cannot hop. Read summary of this poem.

    In the poem The Duck and The Kangaroo, duck cannot hop.

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    The poem The Duck and The Kangaroo belongs to the genre called nonsense poetry. It does not have any particular theme. However, in the poem, we do find a desire fo adventure and travel. Duck desires to leave its nasty pond and see the world and is ready to compromise when kangaroo tells him the probRead more

    The poem The Duck and The Kangaroo belongs to the genre called nonsense poetry. It does not have any particular theme. However, in the poem, we do find a desire fo adventure and travel. Duck desires to leave its nasty pond and see the world and is ready to compromise when kangaroo tells him the problems.

    So, in the poem, there is an urge for adventure and also good friendship which is based on sacrifice and compromise.

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