Wednesday, September 9, 2009

The Hand that Rocks the Cradle is the Hand that Rules the World (Explanation with Reference to Context)

1. Blessing on the hand of women!

Angels guard its strength and grace,

In the palace, cottage, hovel,

Oh, no matter where the place;

Would that never storms assailed it,

Rainbow ever gently curled;

For the hand that rocks the cradle

Is the hand that rules the world.

Reference to Context:

These lines have been taken from the poem “The hand that rocks the cradle is the hand rules the world” written by William Ress Wallace.

In this poem poet tries to explain that actual ruler of the world is mother. Because she looks after her children and tries her best to make them important and useful persons in the world.

Explanation:

In these lines poet prays for the blessings of God for mothers without any distinction of social status or place where they are living. He says that they may be protected by angels every where in the world in kings mansion or in poor man’s hut. She may be away from the sorrows and be blessed with peace and prosperity. As she brings up the child so she is the actual ruler of the world.

2. Infancy’s the tender fountain,

Power may with beauty flow,

Mother’s first to guide the streamlets,

From them souls un-resting grow.

Reference to Context:

These lines have been taken from the poem “The hand that rocks the cradle is the hand rules the world” written by William Ress Wallace.

In this poem poet tries to explain that actual ruler of the world is mother. Because she looks after her children and tries her best to make them important and useful persons in the world.

Explanation:

In these lines poet says that child hood is just like soft fountain from it power and charms flow. If some one moulds it for good it will be good, if some one moulds it for evil it will be evil. So that tender fountain in the presence of mother learns the lessons of goodness and wisdom. The child’s uneasy and impulsive nature is nursed properly by loving care of mother. All exceptional personalities are due to the careful upbringing of their mothers. In real sense she is the ruler of the world.

3. Woman, how divine your mission

Here upon our natal sad!

Keep, oh, keep the young heart open

Always to the breath of God!

All true trophies of the ages

Are from mother’s love impearled;

For the hand that rocks the cradle

Is that hand that rules the world.

Reference to Context:

These lines have been taken from the poem “The hand that rocks the cradle is the hand rules the world” written by William Ress Wallace.

In this poem poet tries to explain that actual ruler of the world is mother. Because she looks after her children and tries her best to make them important and useful persons in the world.

Explanation:

In these lines poet addresses the woman and says that her mission was divine mission on the earth. Here the poet implores the mother to inspire children to the prayer and worship of God, whole heartedly. It is she who moulds the character that wins distinctions in the world. All the rewards won by different persons on different occasions are always decorated with gems and pearls of mother’s love and affection. In real sense she is the ruler of the world.

4. Blessing on the hand of woman!

Fathers, sons and daughters cry,

And the sacred song is mingled

With the worship in the sky

Mingles where no tempest darkness.

Rainbows ever more are hurled

For the hand that rocks the cradle

Is the hand that rules the world.

Reference to Context:

These lines have been taken from the poem “The hand that rocks the cradle is the hand rules the world” written by William Ress Wallace.

In this poem poet tries to explain that actual ruler of the world is mother. Because she looks after her children and tries her best to make them important and useful persons in the world.

Explanation:

In these lines poet says that fathers, sons and daughters are praying loudly for the blessings of God on the hand woman. In those prayers the sacred song sung by angels is mixed with at the sky. That mixes there, where no evil storm can destroy or worsen and thing. Because she wipes away all the worries and anxieties from man’s mind and encourages him to face the dangers with grace and dignity. In real sense she is the ruler of the world.

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5 Responses to “The Hand that Rocks the Cradle is the Hand that Rules the World (Explanation with Reference to Context)”

BLOOMS VEEZE said...
November 21, 2011 at 9:18 AM

VERY HELPFUL!!! BUT KINDLY U MAY GIVE MORE EASIER EXPLANATIONS..MEANS IN EASIER WORDS....


Nawab Din said...
November 5, 2015 at 7:05 AM

good


Nawab Din said...
November 5, 2015 at 7:05 AM

good


Anonymous said...
June 24, 2016 at 10:26 AM

Great explaination. Really helpful!


Anonymous said...
November 30, 2016 at 9:34 AM

Thanks u help me in high time!


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