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Joy and Woe Are Woven Fine
ASSAM JATIYA VIDYALAYA
অসম জাতীয় বিদ্যালয়
1. Answer the following questions.
প্ৰশ্নবোৰৰ উত্তৰ দিয়া।
(a) Write the names of two collections of poetry by William Blake.
উইলিয়াম ব্লে’কৰ দুটা কবিতা সংকলনৰ নাম লিখা।
Ans: ‘Songs of Innocence’ and ‘Songs of Experience’ are the two collections of poetry by William Blake.
(b) What are the two things that are finely woven in one’s life?
মানুহৰ জীৱনত কোন দুটা বস্তু সুন্দৰকৈ গঠা আছে।
Ans: Joy and Woe are the two things that are finely woven in ones life.
(c) What do we find under every grief and pine?
দুখ আৰু বেজাৰৰ তলত আমি কি পাওঁ?
Ans: We find a strong silk string of joy under every grief and pine.
(d) What is man made for?
মানুহৰ সৃষ্টি কিহৰ বাবে?
Ans: Man is made for joy and Woe that is happiness and sorrow.
(e) When can we live a life safely?
আমি জীৱন সুকলমে কেতিয়া পাৰ কৰিব পাৰো?
Ans: We can live a life safely when we learn to accept both joy and sorrow together.
2. Explain the poem in your own words. কবিতাটো নিজৰ ভাষাত বুজোৱা।
Ans: The poem ‘Joy and Woe are Woven Fine’ gives us a worldly note. The poet here expressed that joy and sorrow are parts of human life that goes side by side. A man can lead a happy life only after he learns to accept both joy and sorrow together as it comes.
3. ‘Under every grief…silken twine’. What do you understand by these lines?
বাক্যকেইটাৰ পৰা কি বুজিছা লিখা?
Ans: The lines ‘Under… twine’ taken from the poem Joy and Woe are Woven Fine by William Blake means that sorrow and sadness is always accompanied by a ray of hope of happiness. Under each grief and sorrow there is also a strong string of silk under it.
4. Rhyming word চন্দ মিলোৱা শব্দ দিয়া।
fine – divine, pine, twine.
know – so, woe, go.