Talk about a Line that You Remember from a Poem or Song (4) (1)

Talk about a Line that You Remember from a Poem or Song

Talk about a line that you remember from a poem or song;  You should say

  • What is it?
  • What poem is it from?
  • How did you know about it?
  • How do you feel about it?

Sample Answer of Talk about a Line that You Remember from a Poem or Song

Well, as is ever said, that poem is the best word in the best order. I love to read as well as recite poems in order to remove my monotony and feel relaxed. So, here I would like to speak about a line of a poem, which is very influential. Shall we together breathe and ride, so one day more am I defied?

These lines are taken from The Last ride together poem, and Robert Browning wrote it. I must say that it’s the best dramatic monologue of Robert Browning, who had been a great optimistic poet. I got to know about this poem when I was in the concluding year of my graduation.

My teacher read it, and I was greatly inspired by the determination of a rejected lover, who made earnest requests to his beloved to accept him. But his beloved was going to marry another person, and at that time, the lover expressed his desire to go with him on the last ride, and the lover hoped for this ride never-ending. I like such poems because these poems tell us that one must be optimistic in the face of difficulties and should not lose hope as the lover didn’t lose hope to meet her, and his request was guaranteed. Thus, such kinds of poems have an everlasting effect on my mind.

Follow-ups Talk about a Line that You Remember from a Poem or Song

Question 1 Are you good at memorizing things?

Answer –  No, I am not good at memorizing things. I sometimes forget to keep the things remembered. I think it may be due to a hectic lifestyle.

Question 2 Do you think children like the rhythm of songs or poems?

Answer – Yes, children like the rhythm of songs or poems. Rhythm makes them energetic as well as children can learn the poem very well, and of course, in the long run, they will keep it in mind. Moreover, learning by doing is the best activity apart from others.

Question 3 Do you think it is easier for children to learn songs or poems than adults?

Answer – Yes, it is difficult for children to learn poems than adults because children are immature. They can’t keep all lines in their minds, and they learn anything by changing it into fragments.

Question 4 What can people learn from songs or poems?

Answer – People can learn a lot of things from songs or poems. They get to know about nationalism, freedom as well as feelings of others.

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