10th Class English Poems, Stanza and Summary Notes

10th Class English Poems Notes - Punjab Boards

Here are the 10th class English stanza and summary of poems. Here we will discuss 10th class poems and we will provide a PDF file of the summary and explanation of the stanza of poems. Punjab Boards are asked to write a question in summary or stanza in the 10th class English examination. This question is of five marks.

Here you will find two types of 10th class English poem summaries. One for weak students and the other for brilliant students. If you want to get the notes of 10th class poems, click on the button below and download these notes for free.

SUMMARIES-(EASY)

(1) TRY AGAIN

“Try Again” is written by W.E. Hickson. The poem teaches us a lésson of trying again and again.

The poet says that we should not give up to try again and again. It is the only key to success. The message of the poem is universal. If we fail to get our goal, we should not lose heart. We shall succeed if we continue trying again and again. A person fails only when he admits that he has failed. It takes time to learn. We should not be worried about failure. Failure is a good teacher. Failure is not a disgrace because we learn from Our mistakes. In this way, we try again and succeed. We should keep on trying until we succeed.

The language of the poem is simple but the message of the poem is unique. In short, ‘try again’ is the golden rule to succeed.

(2) THE RAIN

The Rain” is written by W.H. Davies. In this poem, the poet presents the natural scene of rain. He skillfully creates the sight of rain. The rain falls on the upper leaves of trees. They drip the rain and pass on the drops to the lower leaves. The rich leaves stand for the rich people and the poor leaves stand for the poor people. The poet feels sad for the poor people. The poet hopes that after the rain sun will come out. It will fill each drop with light. The sun will shine equally upon all. The poet is happy with this sight. The sunshine is for both the dark round drops of rain and rich green leaves. It means that sunshine is equal for the rich and for the poor people.

The language of the poem is simple but the message of the poem is unique. In short, it is a poem of hope.

(3) PEACE

Peace” is written by Dr. Hartmann. The poem is about wind. The message of the poem is universal. Nature teaches us a lesson through the wind, water, mountains, and light. In the first stanza, the wind is presented as a thing of destruction. In the form of a storm, wind destroys everything. It destroys trees, fields, and buildings. In the second stanza, Wind is presented as gentle and cool. it shows the grace of nature. It gives lives to buds, birds, and humans. The bright sky looks blue and beautiful. The language of the poem is simple but the message of the poem is unique.

The poem describes different aspects of wind. In short, the poem gives us a message that we have to face storms to enjoy peace.

SUMMARIES- (STANDARD)

(1) TRY AGAIN

“Try again: you have millions of alternatives. Fill yourself with the bullets of hope and you will kill failure with one shot.”

Try Again” is written by W.E. Hickson. The poem teaches us a lesson of trying again and again. The poet says that we should not give up to try again and again. It is the only key to success. The message of the poem is universal. If we fail to get our goal, we should not lose heart. We shall succeed if we continue trying again and again. A person fails only when he admits that he has failed. It takes time to learn. The poet is of the view that when the world says,

“Give up”, hope whispers, “Try it one more time.” 

The road to success is dotted with many tempting parking places. So, we should keep up trying again and again to cross this road. We should not be worried about failure. Failure is a good teacher. Failure is not a disgrace because we learn from our mistakes. In this way, we try again and succeed. We should keep on trying until we succeed.

“To succeed, you must never stop trying.”

The language of the poem is simple but the message of the poem is unique and thought-provoking. In short, “try again’ is the golden rule to succeed.

“Try, try, try, and keep on trying is the rule that must be followed to become an expert in anything.”

(2) THE RAIN

The rain is raining all around,
It falls on field and tree,
It rains on the umbrellas here,
And on the ships at the sea.

“The Rain” is written by W.H. Davies. In this poem, the poet presents the natural scene of rain. He skillfully creates the sight of rain. The rain falls on the upper leaves. They drip the rain and pass on the drops to the lower leaves. The rich leaves stand for the rich people and the poor leaves stand for the poor people. The poet feels sad for the poor people. The poet hopes that after the rain sun will come out. It will fill each drop with light. The sun will shine equally upon all, The poet is happy with this sight. The sunshine 5 Tor both the dark round drops of rain and rich green leaves. It means that sunshine is equal for the rich and poor people.

Rain, rain, rain, don’t go away
Rain, rain, rain, I hope you will stay,
Rain, rain, rain, come again and again.

The language of the poem is simple but the message of the poem is unique and thought-provoking. W.H. Davies’ favourite themes are nature and the hardships of the poor. The metaphor of upper and lower leaves means that the rich get a golden chance first and whatever remains passes down to the poor people. But the poet hopes that there would be equality in the society just like the sunshine which spreads all over the world equally. In short, it is a poem of hope.

“It takes both rain and sunshine to make a rainbow.”

(3) PEACE

“A great wind is blowing, and that gives you either imagination or a headache.”

Peace” is written by Dr. Hartmann. The poem is about wind. The message of the poem is universal. Nature teaches us a lesson through the wind, water, mountains, and light. In the first stanza, the wind is presented as a thing of destruction. In the form of a storm, wind destroys everything. It destroys trees, fields, and buildings. In the second stanza, the wind is presented as gentle and cool. It shows the grace of humans. nature. It gives lives to buds, birds and The bright sky looks blue and beautiful. The poem describes different aspects o wind.

“The wind blows on us all, but it is how you set your sail that makes the difference.” 

The poetess is a great observer of life. The detailed and exciting description of wind depicts his keen interest in nature. The language of the poem is simple but the manner of representation of wind is unique. This thought-provoking poem ole sho but the skill of the poetess. The poetess seems to have full command of words and ideas.

In short, the poem gives us a message that we have to face storms to enjoy peace.

“After a storm, comes a calm.”

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