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9th Class Important Solved Summeries Stanzas 2013

9th Class Important Solved Summeries Stanzas 2013

1 THE VOICE OF GOD
I sought to hear the voice of God
And climbed the topmost steeple
But God declared: “Go down again,
I dwell among the people”.
Reference to context:
These lines have been taken from the poem
“The Voice of God” written by Louis I. Newman.
In this poem poet tells that God is present
everywhere. The best way to serve God is to
serve human being.
Explanation:In these lines poet says that he
wanted to make conversation with God. In this
connection he went up the tower of church.
When he reached at the top of the tower God
asked him to go down, because he (God) lives
among the people. The best way to find him is
to serve humanity.
2 A NATION STRENGTH
1. Not gold, but only men can make,
A people great and strong,
Men who for truth and honour’s sake,
Stand fast and suffer long.
Reference to context:
These lines have been taken from the poem
“A Nation’s Strength” written by an American
poet Ralph Waldo Emerson.
In this poem poet tells that wealth has
nothing to do with the strength of a nation.
It is only man who alone can make a nation
great and strong.
Explanation:
In these lines poet says that wealth can not
make a nation strong and powerful. But only
sincere men can make it strong. Brave and
courageous men who are ready to suffer and
who can stand firm for the sake of truth and
honour during the period of hardships.
2. Brave men who work while others sleep,
Who dare while other fly
They build a nation’s pillars deep,
And lift them to the sky.
Reference to context:
These lines have been taken from the poem
“A Nation’s Strength” written by an American
poet Ralph Waldo Emerson.
In this poem poet tells that wealth has
nothing to do with the strength of a nation.
It is only man who alone can make a nation
great and strong.
Explanation:
In these lines poet says that secret of a
nation’s greatness are indeed those heroes
who work hard while others waste their time
in enjoying comfortable sleep. They face all
challenges of time bravely and courageously
while others run away. Only these brave men
can build their nation on fast and sure
foundations of virtue and take it to highest
point of greatness and make it very famous in
the community of nations.
3 LITTLE THINGS
1. Little drops of water,
Little grains of sand,
Make the mighty ocean,
And the pleasant land.
Reference to context:
These lines have been taken from the poem “Little things”
written by an American poetess Julia Carney. In this poem
poetess tries to tell tat little things are very important
because every big things is made of little things.
Explanation:
In these lines poetess tells that little drops of water
separately have no importance but when they are together
they make big and powerful oceans. In the same way this
beautiful land of ours is made by small grains of sand.
2. Little deeds of Kindness,
Little words of love,
Make our world an Eden
Like the Heav’n above.
Reference to context:
These lines have been taken from the poem “Little Things”
written by an American poetess Julia Carney.
In This poem poetess tries to tell that little things are
very important because every big thing is made of little things.
Explanation:
In these lines poetess says that if we speak small words
of sympathy and love and do little works of kindness.
It is sure that this world will be as peaceful and
pleasant as the garden of paradise named Eden
4ABOU BEN ADHAM
Abou Ben Adhem was a religious person. One night when
he was sleeping peacefully in his room, a sparkling
light woke him up.
He found out that this bright light was due to the
presence of an angel who was writing something in
a golden book. Being a pious man, Abou was not afraid
of the Angel and the silence in the room made him more
courageous. He asked the angel what he was writing in
the book. The reply Abou heard was that he was writing
the names of all those people who love God. About asked
the angel curiously if his name was in the list. The
angel replied was negative. He then politely requested
the angel to write his name as those people who love
God’s fellow men. The angle wrote and disappeared.
The other night, it came again with a still glistening
light and displayed the names of people whom God had
blessed. Abou Ben Adhem saw that his name was on the
top of the list and it led all the rest.
Moral
This poem conducts the idea that we should love
humanity and care for people.
“To get love from God, love the board.”
5Sportsmanship :-
In this short and charming poem the poet W.M.P.Thackery
teaches us a lesson. He tells life is like a playground as
in a school. In a game at school one may lose or win inpsite
of one’s best offorts. In the same way one may not be able
to achieve his desires and aims in real life. The poet says
whether one wins or loses, one should accept the result
manfully like a sportsman. One should not lose his decorum
(grace) in accepting defeat or loss. This is real sportsmanship

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