Recents in Beach

Past Paper 2017 Rawalpind Board Inter Part-2 English Group 1 Subjective 7 New

Context: 
The poet expresses his regrets and disliking for the hurried life of a modern man we have no time to enjoy and looked at the wonders of nature around us. We are gradually losing charms in our lives. The poet urges upon us that we should spare some of our time to enjoy the pleasures and delights around us. This is the only way we can get rid of cares and worries of life.
Explanation: 
The poet says that our life is meaningless and we are always involved in our worries and anxieties of life. He argues that we are very unfortunate towards nature and beauty and having no time to spend some happy and charming moments in the company of nature.
                                      "Our dried voice, when
                                       We whisper together
                                       Are quite and meaningless
Reference:
These lines have been taken from the poem, "The Hollow Men" written by T. S. Eliot.
Context: 
The poem is a satire upon a modern man. The poet says that we posses worthless characters. We are no more thinking human beings. We act as puppets. We have lost our souls and spend aimless lives. Our speeches have become as meaningless as the rustling of grass or running of rats.
Explanation: 
The poet says that the people of the modern times have hollow personalities in spite of the fact they claim that they have so many ideas about the affairs of the world. The poet regrets to say that they discuss the problems of life. Their views and ideas are quite meaningless having no depth in them. They go on talking for hours on a certain topic but their talk conveys no message at all.
"Without His Love, Bullah, in loss.
Can hardly dwell here or across
What should I do, O God! Aghast!
Reference: 
These lines have been taken from the poem, "My Neighbor Friend Breathing His last" written by A. R. Luther.
Context: 
The poet is in a state of shock to observe the approaching death of his dear fr:rnd. It terrifies him. He says that everybody has to leave this temporary world and depart for permanence. Those who remain do not remain forever. The only thing that should remain with us is the love of God.
Explanation: 
In these lines, the poet says that only source of strength and solace for him in this world and in the world hereafter is the love of Allah. He is frightened by the death scene but the love of God encourages him to face this bitter reality of death with courage and patience.





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