Beauty Class 6 English Poem 4 Explanation, Question Answer

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Beauty Class 6 English Poem 4 Explanation

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Beauty Class 6 English NCERT Solutions Poem 4 Summary, Explanation, Difficult word meaning and Question Answer

Beauty Class 6 English Honeysuckle Book Poem 4– Detailed explanation of the Poem along with the meanings of difficult words.
Also, the explanation is followed by the literary devices used and a Summary of the Poem. All the exercises and Question and Answers given at the back of the Poem has been covered.



Class 6 English (Honeysuckle Book) Poem 4 – Beauty

By E-yeh-shure



Beauty Poem Introduction

In this poem beauty has been defined. The poet says that beauty is there in everything. Now to know more about beauty let’s read the poem.

Also See: A House, A Home Class 6 CBSE English Poem


Beauty Poem Summary

The poet is trying to say in this poem that beauty is in everything. All the small things we do or the environment around us, everything has beauty in it. Everything has its own importance. All things are beautiful in their own unique way. Sunlight has its own beauty. Beauty can be seen in the growing corns, people who are working and dancing for getting good harvest. Beauty is not only seen but can also be heard or felt. For instance, when night falls, wind blows slowly, the sound of rainfall, or when a singer sings. They all give pleasure to the mind and make it feel happy.Beauty is not just outside, it is within. Beautiful is the self. Our good deeds, happy thoughts please everyone are all beautiful.Our dreams are also beautiful as they give us reason to advance and work with zeal. Beauty is in your style of work, the way you take rest and sleep.Beauty is everywhere. It is in attitude, the way we look at things. Actually, everything is beautiful in its own unique manner, the need is to feel it.


Poem 1 A House, A HomePoem 2 The Kite
Poem 3 The QuarrelPoem 4 Beauty



Beauty Poem Explanation

Beauty is seen
In the sunlight,
The trees, the birds,
Corn growing and people working
Or dancing for their harvest.

Corn: the chief cereal crop of wheat, oats,maize, barley  etc.
Harvest : the time of the year when the crop is ready

Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. It is the attitude of a person. Beauty is everywhere. It can be seen in the Sunlight, the trees, the birds, the growing crops, people who dance to show their happiness when their crops are ready.

Beauty is heard
In the night,
Wind sighing, rain falling,
Or a singer chanting
Anything in earnest.
Earnest  sincere and honest  conviction

Sighing: sound of a deep, loud breath or exhale taken in relief
Chanting: singing

Beauty is a thing to be felt.It can be heard means one can listen to it. Like one can hear its sound when night falls, when the wind blows and creates a sound, when rain falls on the earth, when a singer sings. One can even feel it in sincere and honest conviction of a person.

Beauty is in yourself.
Good deeds, happy thoughts
That repeat themselves
In your dreams,
In your work, And even in your rest.

Deeds: acts
Repeat: to happen again and again

Beauty is not always external or visible. It is within and it can be abstract also. One’s views, good acts, one’s wishes which one even imagine in dreams. Beauty can be one way of work or even the style of taking rest. Thus, beauty is very vast. It can not be confined to one thing, rather it is there in everything. We just need eyes and a heart to see it.



Poem 5 Where do all the teachers go?Poem 6 The Wonderful words
Poem 7 Vocation



Beauty Poem Question and Answers

Read the first and second stanzas of the poem again. Note the following phrases.
corn growing, people working or dancing, wind sighing, rain falling, a singer chanting

These could be written as
• corn that is growing • people who are working or dancing

Can you rewrite the other phrases like this? Why do you think the poet uses shorter phrases?

A.Yes, like thoughts that are happy, deeds that are good, melodies that are heard. The poet has used these phrases to add beauty and rhythm to the poem. Shorter forms also highlight the idea and make them more impactful.


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