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My Favourite Poem

“The Solitary Reaper” by William Wordsworth is my favourite poem. In this poem, the poet speaks about a farmer girl who was reaping corn in a valley in Scotland and was simultaneously singing a melancholy song of overflowing sweetness. The song was so enchanting that he listened to it spell-bound, and when he went up the hill he carried it in his heart where it abided long after it was heard no more. Here the humble girl has been glorified in a manner that she has become an extraordinary source of beauty and music being merged with the sights and sounds of Nature under the poet’s uncommon fancy’s shine. The other characteristics of the poem are its pictorial beauty, dramatic presentation, dreamy suggestiveness, and romantic pathos, which have together made it into a lyric of unsurpassed excellence. When I read the poem I get mingled with this solitary child of Nature and with the delightful landscape in a world of imagination that ceaselessly resounds her mellifluous music forever and forever.

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Meeting Old Friends

Meeting with old friends after a long interval is an inexplicable, pleasant incident. This time man becomes nostalgic even for a moment. The memories of past experiences with friends come to the surface with a sudden flush. Therefore the incident gives the man exceptional happiness in the boring familiarity of the busy life. Since friendship is not simply a relationship, it is a spiritual bond, real friendship never ends. The friendship between real friends flows even if they are out of sight. When they meet any time later, the meeting is naturally happy. Maybe the friends again part and go back to their own worlds but this meeting remains a peerless piece of happy memory that later on in some idle moments pulsates in their mind.

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Mournful Songs

or, Melancholy songs

The appeal of a melancholy song is universal and everlasting. Romantic poet Shelley in his poem about a Skylark says, “Our sweetest songs are those that tell of the saddest thought.” In fact, melancholy songs can touch our heart very easily. Most of the people in the world and more or less sad. When a person hears a melancholy song he tries to find his sadness in the song and thus the song creates an appeal in his mind. Melancholy songs make a melancholy person more melancholic but it helps to perceive his melancholy. Melancholy songs have longer appeal over the hearer’s mind. We generally enjoy a metal song but perceive a melancholy song. The words of a melancholy song tell about losing and missing as well as the pain thereof. The music of it is slower and sweeter. Sometimes in a melancholy song, a background melancholy music of the flute or violin is added to increase the melancholic expression. In Bangla the melancholic songs are found in Rabindra Sangit and in Nazrul Sangit. We also find the touch of losing and missing in our Palligeeti. There are some people who only hear melancholy songs but it is not fair. We should hear melancholy songs and also hopeful songs as our life is made up of both sorrow and joy.

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My Favourite Cricketer

Since I am a son of Bangladesh I love this country, the cricket of this country and the cricketers of this country and my favourite cricketer is a cricketer of Bangladesh. Though we are lagging behind the superpowers of cricket in strength, our valiant cricketers are trying hard to take our country to their leave and in this process, the best and foremost is Akram Khan, who is my favourite cricketer. I feel for him from the core of my heart. He is one of the best cricketers in our country. He is an all-rounder. Though he is not so good a bower, yet as a batsman and a fielder his performance is excellent. He was the captain of Bangladesh National Cricket Team. In his captaincy, Bangladesh won the ICC trophy. In the 7th World Cup Cricket-’99, his performance was quite satisfactory. He is friendly with his team-mates and bears a charming personality. In all, my favourite cricketer Akaram Khan is the most accomplished cricketer of Bangladesh.

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Money for Education

Money for education means if the people learn and engage in education, they will be given money. Education is the backbone of a nation. Without education, no nation can prosper. But still, education remains out of touch to so many people especially to those who are the poorest of the poor. This is why the government and some other non-government organizations are trying to bring the illiterate people to the light of education. We know that most of the people in our country are so poor that they cannot even think of sending their children to schools. So, when they do not need to pay any money to school rather they get money, they feel encouraged to send their children to the schools. Otherwise, the children would remain illiterate. The poorest parents always think that their survival must be on first priority. Therefore they are quite unable to educate their children. It is impossible for them even if they do not have to pay the tuition fees. Considering the inabilities of the poorest people, some non-government organizations offer the opportunity that if the poorest parents send their children to the schools, the children will be given not only free education facility, they will be given money as well. This method of education for the poorest is really praiseworthy and effective. It is expected that through this programme of “Money for Education” Bangladesh can be made free from the curse of illiteracy within a very short time.

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