Poem Leisure by William Henry Davies Central Idea
Poem Leisure Central Idea
We have no time to stand and watch the habits of the little squirrel that is hiding the nuts in the grass for the rainy season. We have no eyes for the beauties of nature. The streams appear so beautiful in daylight, the rays of the sunshine like stars in the water and remind us of a starry night.
So with the help of beautiful simile, the poet compares the shining water of the stream to a starlet night but also we have not got the time to appreciate its beauty because we are busy in our own petty problems. Then the poet personifies beauty as living being and regrets that in our rushed life we have no time to appreciate the joys that “Beauty” can give us.
an overestimated level can lead to disappointment in classes, loss of faith in oneself. If the level of aspirations is underestimated, then this can constrain the initiative and activity of the individual in physical improvement; an overestimated level can lead to disappointment in classes, loss of faith in oneself. They have a wide spectrum: the need for movement and physical activity; in communication, contacts and spending free time with friends