Boat – Vehicle Rhyme
Boats are one of the oldest vehicles ever to set afloat. There are a wide range of water bodies that they float on, rivers, large lakes, seas, canals and many more. Here is a song that tells you all you need to know about this amazing vehicle.
I’m a water vehicle that is age-old.
Of my sailors many tales have been told.
I’m none other than the famous boat.
In shallow and deep waters I float!
I sail across rivers, seas and lakes.
I brave dangerous storms for your sake.
I’m anchored in docks, harbors or ports,
Or simply parked on the coast!
I am mostly made of wood,
And designed to float as I should.
I also use metals and fiberglass,
To make me stronger so that I last!
I’m powered by the wind when I have sails,
So I can drift with fishes and whales.
Paddle me with your feet or row me with oars,
Use an engine to sail to distant shores!
I come in many types – old and new,
A houseboat, a yacht, a raft and canoe.
A bow, hull and keel are some of my parts,
Building me is quite an art!
I ferry people and cargo to ports.
I’m used for recreation and sports,
Also for diving, fishing and trade,
To serve the navy too, I’m not afraid!