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Thursday, March 24, 2011

The Miller of the Dee by Charles Mackay (Summary)

Thursday, March 24, 2011 - 24 Comments


(Charles Mackay)
There was a miller. He had a windmill. He ground the corn of the people on his wind mill and made his living. When he was at his work he sang songs to amuse him self. He sang that he was not jealous of any body and no body was jealous of him. He loved his wife and four children.
One day the King met him and asked him the cause of his happiness. The Miller frankly told him that neither he was jealous of any body nor any body was jealous of him. Again he loves his wife and children. He was neither in debt. The King was much pleased with him and remarked that the dirty cap of miller was better than his crown and his wind mill was better than his Kingdom. The King called him the pride of England.

Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost (Summary)


(Robert Frost)
Once a poet riding on a horse passes through the forest, where the snow was gently falling and covering it. He stops to enjoy natural beauty of the forest. The poet says that he knows forest’s owner who lives in a village. He could not see him stopping there. His horse would think it strange to stop by woods because there was no farm house between forest and lake. It was considered darkest evening of the year. The sound which he could hear was of the blowing winds and falling flakes of snow. The horse moved the bells of harness in order to confirm whether his master has made any mistake. The scene of forest was very charming but poet remembered his promise which he has to fulfil. He has yet to travel a long distance before he may go to bed.

Children by Henry Long Fellow (Summary)

(Henry Wadsworth Long Fellow)

The poet is very fond of children. The Children are source of joy and happiness to the poet. He wants to get pleasure and company of children in order to forget his worries. For him the children are source of light and life. He compares them with singing birds, running streamlets and blowing breeze. He says that as sun light air and food are necessary for the growth of a plant, so the existence of children is must for keeping world alive. Poet compares the sweet thought and feelings of the children with the busy life of grown ups. The grown ups are burdened with problems of life where as children are free of all such things. The poet thinks that without children the world would be useless, dark and freshening. He says that children are better than all the poems that have ever been composed.

Saturday, March 12, 2011

The Daffodils (Summary)

Saturday, March 12, 2011 - 31 Comments


One day poet was walking near a lake suddenly he saw a large number of daffodils. They were moving their heads gently in the cool breeze. The waves of the lake were also dancing. But the dance of flowers surpassed the shining waves. The poet was over joyed and kept on looking at them but could not guess how rich he had grown a their sight. Since then his lonely hours are filled with joy at the mere recollection of these flowers.

The Neem Tree (Summary)



In this poem the poetess admires the Neem tree for it’s usefulness. She says that the Neem Tree is best example of self sacrifice. Because it bears the burning rays of the sun for whole day without caring for the rain fall which may refresh it. She bears midday heat on its bare head but gives cool and comforting shade to us. When a traveller takes rest under it’s shade he forgets his worries.

Poetess calls the Neem Tree fearless and wishes that a man could be like Neem Tree and extend the helping hand to needy, poor and helpless person in order to save them from agony, sorrows poverty and crime.
According to poetess the highest aim of life is to face every hardship and danger to relieve others from miseries and sorrows.

Last Sermon of Holy Prophet (Summary)

Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) was born in 571 A.D at Holy cit of Makkah. He belonged to noble family of Quraish.Quraish were worshipers of idols. God chose Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) as last of his prophet. He asked Quraish not to worship their false gods. He told them to worship only one and true God and accept the religion of Islam. But they opposed new faith. Due to there fierce opposition Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) asked the believers to migrate to Madina. In 622 migration took place and is known in history as “Hijra”.
In Madina Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) established Islamic society based on universal brotherhood. In the 10th year of Hijra Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) along with his followers performed last Hajj. There he addressed a very large gathering. This address is known as Last Sermon of Holy Prophet.
In last address, the Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) told that all men and women were equal in the eyes of God. No Arab was better than non-Arab. A white man was not in any way better than a black man. Only qualities of a person made him better than others. He further said all men and women are children of Adam. The Adam was created from dust.

In the end Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) said that he was leaving to them the Holy Book of God the Quran. If believers acted upon it’s teaching, they will ever remain great and successful.

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