Answer based on 'THE BALL POEM' Dear Sir/Madame, This world, according to the poem, is a materialistic realm where many of our possessions are gone. We remain lonely though we have met others. There is no life after death, but there is beauty in nature that we can see and feel deeply attached to.
The poem opens with the announcement that "this," referring to the poem itself, is a "letter" written to the "World." This "world" might allude to human civilization as a whole, and as such, this initial statement shows that the speaker is somehow outside from that society. He or she is aware that others exist who share his or her feelings about poetry and writers.
Later on, the speaker states that he or she is a "lonely poet" which could mean that there are no other poets like him or her. Or it could mean that the speaker feels isolated from others like him or herself. Either way, it shows that there is at least one other person in the world who feels the same way about poetry as he or she does.
At the end of the poem, we are told that "the world will have its answer," probably meaning that someone else will write a poem about the writer. However, we do not know what will happen after that.
The entire world is a stage, and all men and women are only performers; they have exits and entrances, and one man in his time plays numerous roles, his performances spanning seven centuries. The poem's core premise is that man is the ultimate loser in life. No matter how successful he becomes, he can never escape this fact, for success brings with it the necessity of new costumes and new faces, and thus new defeats.
It is this idea which gives rise to Shakespeare's oft-quoted statement: "All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players: They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts."
The playwright was born on April 23rd 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon, England and died in 1616 probably in London. Although he started out as an apprentice glover before turning to writing full time, he became one of the most influential poets in English history.
Shakespeare's work encompasses drama (the classical form of performance art), poetry, and prose fiction. He is considered the father of modern theater because of his revolutionary approach to scripting and his emphasis on character development over plot resolution.
His greatest works include Hamlet, Othello, Macbeth, and King Lear.
The poet is imagining a society in which there is no legal discrimination, where we are free to live without restrictions, and where freedom is practiced... where there is no say in modern technology recreating nature at its finest!
In this world there are two kinds of people: those who want power over others, and those who are powerless. The former group includes politicians, police officers, military men, and other people in positions of authority. They use their position to take advantage of others or to protect themselves. Sometimes they even kill for these reasons. The latter group consists of the poor, the sick, those who disagree with what has been done in their name, and others who have not been able to fight back.
This is what makes civilization possible. The few who can fight off the many would be killed, or run out of food or water before they could win enough battles to survive. With the help of tools made by more powerful people, the few are able to beat down most of the many and establish rules that allow them to live together in peace.
But this doesn't mean that everyone lives happily ever after. There still are wars, murders, rapes, etc. A small group of people will always have more power than another group. If the many band together they can defeat their oppressors.
It's only beautiful to a poet. Because a poet writes about all he sees in the world, whether or not it is lovely. But everyone else runs away from it because they want to hide its reality.
This world is full of suffering. It is also full of joy and love. The poet has seen both kinds of people in his life. He has met murderers and saints. He has known all kinds of feelings. All that lives can feel and think has been expressed by someone once upon a time. There are no unknown paths left.
People fear what they do not understand. They reject what is too close to them. They fight for their values - even if they are wrong. They hope for a better future because they can't see any other way out of here below. We human beings are truly noble creatures. We know how to suffer and we can also enjoy ourselves. And although we may fall into sin, we can always get up again.
This world is a stage where people act out their roles until they find another one to play. Some people stay in one place their whole lives while others travel around the world. Some people are only responsible for themselves while others have families they must take care of. Some people work with their hands while others use their brains.
The poet imagines a society in which no guy would ever taunt or discriminate against another man. The other males are, of course, Blacks. They will be treated as if they were white. There will be love and peace everywhere in such a world, making it even more lovely.
The poet's goal is to create a perfect world where evil things do not exist. In doing so, he shows us that we can only achieve perfection by thinking good thoughts and by living in harmony with one another.
He wants us to believe that this world is possible, so we can have hope. Even though it may not seem like it now, you can change the world for the better.
Have hope, live harmoniously, and think good thoughts - these are all ways to help make this world a better place. Without hope, there is no reason to keep fighting against evil; without living harmoniously, there is no sense in trying to improve our world. And the more you think about good things, the more likely you are to do them.
The happiness of all humans, demonstrating respect for one another, living a dignified life, with affection, love, humanity, care, and easy problem solutions, makes the world beautiful.
Apathy, cruelty, injustice, and violence make the world ugly.
To make the world more beautiful, it is necessary to change ourselves first. Only then can we try to affect those around us.
But even if we could change everything about ourselves, the world would still be empty because emptiness is not good. Emptiness cannot give life, joy, or love. It is only when we meet people, when we have feelings, that emptiness becomes painful.
At its most basic, beauty is about harmony, proportion, and agreement between parts. A thing is considered beautiful when it is well made and works properly.
In science, technology, and industry, engineers are always on the lookout for materials that are both strong and light weight or even regenerative technologies that restore our environment after use.
In art, beauty comes from balance, contrast, and unity between different elements in a picture or design. The artist should not be afraid to put different things together since this makes each component more effective.