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Introduction

This poem talks about teachers and why God created them. Teachers guide us through our lives and show us how to become better people. They help us choose right from wrong, and to become wise and strong. The rhyme scheme of the poem is XaXaXbXb XcXcXdXdXeXe (X stands for the lines that do not end with any rhyming words).

Stanza 1

When God created teachers,
He gave us special friends
To help us understand His world
And truly comprehend 
The beauty and the wonder
Of everything we see,
And become a better person

The poet says that when God created teachers, he gave us special friends to help us understand the world he had created. They also help us truly understand the beauty and the wonder of everything we see, and become a better person with each discovery. So, teachers help us understand the world around us and become better people.

Stanza 2

When God created teachers,
He gave us special guides
To show us ways in which to grow
So we can all decide
How to live and how to do
What's right instead of wrong,
To lead us so that we can lead
And learn how to be strong.
Why God created teachers,
In His wisdom and His grace,
Was to help us learn to make our world
A better, wiser place.

The poet says that when God created teachers, he gave us special guides to show us ways in which to grow. Because of teachers, we can all decide how to live and how to do what’s right instead of wrong. Teachers are to lead us so that we can lead and learn how to be strong. The poet now talks about why God created teachers in His wisdom and His grace. It was to help us learn to make our world a better, wiser place.