Subject: English

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Your mind is a meadow

To plant for your needs

You are the farmer

With knowledge of seeds,

Don't leave your meadow

Unplanted and bare,

Sow it with knowledge

And tend it with care.

Who'd be a know-nothing

When he might grow

Of stars and snow;

The science of numbers,

The stories of time,

The magic of music,

The secrets of rhyme?

Don't be a know- nothing!

Plant in the spring,

And see what harvest

The summer will bring.

Things to remember
  • It includes every relationship which established among the people.
  • There can be more than one community in a society. Community smaller than society.
  • It is a network of social relationships which cannot see or touched.
  • common interests and common objectives are not necessary for society.
Questions and Answers
seeds parts of a plant from which a new plant of the same kind can grow
farmer a person who owns or manages a farm
knowledge understanding or familiarity gained by experience
spring the second and warmest season of the year
care serious attention to avoid danger or loss
sow put seeds in the ground to grow
grow develop into a mature or an adult form
harvest amount of the crops obtained
summer the first season of the year in which plants begin to grow

A know-nothing mean uneducated or illiterate.

We can plant knowledge of seeds in our minds.

The poet suggests us not to leave our mind empty.

Our mind is compared to a meadow within the poem.

The poet wants us to plant knowledge of seeds in our minds.

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