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

    The duck assures the kangaroo that it will cover its feet with socks and wont utter a word except for "Quack". Read summary of this poem.

    The duck assures the kangaroo that it will cover its feet with socks and wont utter a word except for “Quack”.

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

    The kangaroo would hop and jump in the fields as well as in the water. Read summary of this poem.

    The kangaroo would hop and jump in the fields as well as in the water.

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

    The rhyme scheme of the poem The Duck and The Kangaroo is ABABCCAA. Read summary of this poem.

    The rhyme scheme of the poem The Duck and The Kangaroo is ABABCCAA.

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

    The tone of the poem The Duck and The Kangaroo is light and humorous. Read summary of this poem.

    The tone of the poem The Duck and The Kangaroo is light and humorous.

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

    The duck and the kangaroo agree to travel the world and in the night, they begin their journey. They travel the whole world three times which makes them happy. Read summary of this poem.

    The duck and the kangaroo agree to travel the world and in the night, they begin their journey. They travel the whole world three times which makes them happy.

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

    The duck call the pond nasty because he is tired of living in the small space till now. He is amazed by the hopping and jumping of kangaroo and considers his life in the pond boring. Read summary of this poem.

    The duck call the pond nasty because he is tired of living in the small space till now. He is amazed by the hopping and jumping of kangaroo and considers his life in the pond boring.

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

    The duck sees the kangaroo hopping and merry-making and expresses his desire to enjoy like the kangaroo. He is tired of living in the nasty pond. Hence he requests the kangaroo to allow him to sit on his (kangaroo's) back and travel the world. Kangaroo agrees on the condition that the duck will keepRead more

    The duck sees the kangaroo hopping and merry-making and expresses his desire to enjoy like the kangaroo. He is tired of living in the nasty pond. Hence he requests the kangaroo to allow him to sit on his (kangaroo’s) back and travel the world.

    Kangaroo agrees on the condition that the duck will keep away his wet and cold feet. The duck agrees and says that he has bought socks to cover his feet and also cigar for the journey.

    Both then start their journey in the night and travel the world three times. They keep enjoying and merry-making.

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

    The duck and the kangaroo went around the world hopping and jumping. They enjoyed the journey and were happy. Read summary of this poem.

    The duck and the kangaroo went around the world hopping and jumping. They enjoyed the journey and were happy.

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

    The Duck and The Kangaroo is a poem with touch of humour. Read summary of this poem.

    The Duck and The Kangaroo is a poem with touch of humour.

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

    The kangaroo asked the duck to sit near the tail because it was irritated by the wet and cold feet of the duck. Read summary of this poem.

    The kangaroo asked the duck to sit near the tail because it was irritated by the wet and cold feet of the duck.

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