English: Poetry and Central Idea

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Central ideas:

1- The Neem Tree

REFERENCE:
This poem is written by Mrs. Elsa Kazi.She is the German wife of Allama I.I Kazi.She was born in Weimar in Germany. She wrote poems in German and English. She died in Hyderabad on May 28 1967.

Central idea:
Nothing can be nobler than serving the suffering humanity. Hardships should be faced courageously to protect those who are in trouble.

Conclusion:
“I am a man, and whatever concerns humanity is of interest to me.” (Terence)

2- The Daffodils

Reference:
This poem is written by English poet “William Wordsworth” .He was born 1770. He is started a new kind of poetry written in simple words about natural beauty.He died in 1850.

Central Idea:
Beauty is for the admiration. God gives strength to a beauty. Natural scene is more beautiful than artificial. In this poem the poet praise simple beauty of the daffodils which impressed him very much and he saw a glimpse of their beauty. What a beautiful will be the one who has created the whole world!

Conclusion:.
“The earth laughs in flowers.”

3- Children

Reference:
This poem is written by an American poet Henry Longfellow.He was born in 1807 and died in 1882.

Central idea:
Children are source of happiness they are young fresh and hopeful.They look like singing birds in the garden .They are innocent and spread happiness all over . Children are the beauty of the world they make the world beautifull by their joy.

Conclusion:
"Children are the hands by which we take hold of heaven."

4- Stopping by woods on the snowing evening

Reference:
This poem is written by Robert frost.He was born in San Francisco on 26 march 1874. He died on 29 january 1963.

Central idea:

"THE MILLER OF THE DEE" 
REFRENCE:
This poem is written by the scottish journalist,poet and songs songs writter Charles Mackay.He was...
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