Reference to the Context of all Poems

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Reference to the Context of all Poems

Post by Archer on Sat Jan 22, 2011 4:29 am


Leisure

This stanza has been taken from the poem, Leisure, written by William Davies. In this poem, the poet has condemned the materialistic attitude of man which keeps him busy all the time physically as well as mentally. He never feels free and gets no time to enjoy the beautiful scene of nature. Man’s life becomes really miserable if he aims at earning money alone without caring for enjoyment or pleasure.

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Post by qaisar waheed on Sat Jan 22, 2011 1:48 pm

The vocabulary of the poem is simple and easy to understand. The writer uses the image of Nature to strengthen the central idea. Every even and odd line is rhymed, Beauty has been personified in this poem. The pith and marrow of the whole discussion is that the poem really satisfies the literary appetite of the reader.

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