Q. 33.8( 24 Votes )
Find pictures of beautiful things you have seen or heard of.
The Mother Nature is full of beautiful things. The poem has not only enhanced the beauty of these natural elements present on the Earth but it has also left an important message of enjoying their presence in our day-to-day lives.
Looking around, one can observe the beauty of the flowing water and its sweet noise. The soothing rays of the sun coming indirectly from behind the dark clouds, the colours that the rainbow spreads as it comes after a rain shower and the scenic beauty of the mountains, valleys and the forests are symbols of happiness and joy which not only refresh the mind but also wash away negativity, thereby bring positivity all around.
NOTE – Students can elaborate this answer with the help of more creative ideas through the medium of pictures as shown above.
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The poet says, “Beauty is heard in…”
Can you hear beauty? Add a sound that you think is beautiful to the sounds the poet thinks are beautiful.
The poet, Keats, said:
Heard melodies are sweet.
But those unheard are sweeter.
What do you think this means? Have you ever ‘heard’ a song in your head, long after the song was sung or played?NCERT English - Honeysuckle
Read the first and second stanzas of the poem again. Note the following phrases.
corn growing, people working or dancing, wind sighing.
rain falling, a singer chanting
These could be written as
● corn that is growing
● people who are working and dancing
Can you rewrite the other phrases like this? Why do you think the poet uses the shorter phrases?NCERT English - Honeysuckle
Find pictures of beautiful things you have seen or heard of.NCERT English - Honeysuckle