A Roadside Stand revolves around the pathetic conditions of poor people living countryside. It highlights the staggering conditions of such people wherein they are ignored by all and sundry especially the city dwellers.
Since tigers are the epitome of bravery and ferociousness & untamed by anyone in this world, they have a unique feature that they are unafraid of human beings. In order to express her desire & feel dominant, she knits tigers instead of any other animal on the screen.
Aunt Jennifer's Tigers by Adrienne Rich is a feminist poem which revolves around the theme of male domination and gender conflicts. Through this poem, it has been shown that women are not only harassed mentally but also physically by their male counterparts. Aunt Jennifer, who is a universal figure symbolizing all the women of this
A Thing of Beauty by John Keats is a beautiful creation, taken as an excerpt, from one of the poems crafted by John Keats. In this poem, John Keats praises all the beautiful things present around us and the world. According to him, beautiful things get treasured in our mind and grow more beautiful with
Counting up to twelve refers to the time given by the poet to readers to commence the process of keeping quiet. After this, human can start introspecting himself in order to know the difference between right things and wrong things.
Keeping Quiet by Pablo Neruda is all about the importance of staying calm and composed. Here, Pablo Neruda (Poet) wants people to keep quiet for some time so that they can introspect themselves during the time of introspection and realize what is wrong and what is right for them.
The condition of children studying and living in slum is very miserable. Most of them are underdeveloped and suffering from malnutrition. There is a tall girl who is unable to raise her head due to poverty whereas there is a boy who is too lean to lift his weight. He has hunger in his eyes
An Elementary School Classroom in a slum by Stephen Spender revolves around the pathetic and miserable condition of the children who are living and reading in an elementary school located in the slum. In the first stanza, the poet talks about the children reading over there.
The poet is going to Cochin airport with her mother. She is afraid of losing her mother as the latter has grown old and weak with the passage of time. Her condition is deteriorating day by day therefore she is scared of losing her mother.
‘My Mother at Sixty Six’ written by ‘Kamala Das’ revolves around a natural problem namely ‘ageing’ which can’t be controlled or cured by any doctor or surgeon of this world. At the commencement of the poem, we find the poet (Kamala Das) travelling to Cochin airport for an unmentioned work.