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Thumbelina
5th March 2010, 06:04 PM
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

طالبات وطلاب الادب الاعزاء
اقدم لكم شرح لجميع قصائد البوتري
البوتري من امتع الكورسات الي درستها بس المتعه ما تجي الا بعد ما تحس انك فاهم ومتفوق
عشان كذا حبيت انزل هل الموضوع
ذاكروا منهم ترى فيها تقريبا كل شي
وياليت اي احد عنده اي معلومه لا يبخل علينا

Thumbelina
5th March 2010, 06:07 PM
The Eagle
By: Lord Tennyson Alfred
He clasps the crag with crooked hands;
Close to the sun in lonely lands,
Ringed with the azure world, he stands.

The wrinkled sea beneath him crawls:
He watches from his mountain walls,
And like a thunderbolt he falls.
- Meanings of words:-
Clasps: hold with force and power.
Crag: a high, steep stone.
Crooked: opposite of straight.
Crooked hand: with iron fingers.
Ringed: to surround it or connect things with a ring.
Azure: the blue color.
Wrinkled: lines on the skin.
Crawl: moving slowly like a baby on hands and feet.
Thunderbolt: fast, violent, powerful, and lighting with loud sound.
- Figures of speech:-
1-Personification:
In the first line the poet uses (he) to the eagle.
“With crooked hand” humans only have hands.
The poet also describes the sea with wrinkled, which is the description of an old man skin.
The sea crawls as the baby’s movement.
The land described as lonely, which is a description of the human.
2-simile:
The eagle and the thunderbolt and the similarity are that both of them are very fast.
3-hyperbole:
“Close to the sun” the eagle is very high but not the high that he is close to the sun.

- Paraphrase:-
The poem consists of two stanzas. Each stanza has three lines. The speaker in this poem admires the eagle. The first stanza is about the eagle’s quietness and stillness. The eagle is very powerful from the way he stands. The words clasps, crag, and crooked indicate the strength of the eagle. The poet uses the word clasps instead of hold because it gives more power. The poet uses the word clasps because it carries a lot of force and power than the word hold. The eagle is very high on the top of the mountain as if he looks close to the sun. He looks at the people from the top as if he is a king or a God. He is not lonely, the land is lonely. He is part of the world and his nature. He stands quietly with confidence.
The second stanza describes the eagle’s movement. The eagle is up and looks down to the sea as it has tiny lines, which are the waves, as a wrinkled skin for an old man. He sees the sea moves very slowly as a crawling baby. We know that the mountain is his home from the word (wall). He falls quickly as a thunderbolt when he sees something he wants or when he sees a prey. His movement is sudden, fast, violent, and powerful. The first stanza ends with the word (stands) and the second stanza ends with the word (falls), these two words show the difference between the eagle’s quietness and movement.

- Imagery:-
Crooked hand:
Describing the eagle’s hand makes the poem more vivid.

- The rhyme scheme:-
He clasps the crag with crooked hands; a
Close to the sun in lonely lands, a
Ringed with the azure world, he stands. a

The wrinkled sea beneath him crawls: b
He watches from his mountain walls, b
And like a thunderbolt he falls. B
Winter
By: William Shakespeare
WHEN icicles hang by the wall #
And Dick the shepherd blows his nail, #
And Tom bears logs into the hall, #
And milk comes frozen home in pail; #
When blood is nipped, and ways be foul, # 5
Then nightly sings the staring owl #
Tu-whoo! #
To-whit, Tu-whoo! A merry note! #
While greasy Joan doth keel the pot. #

When all about the wind doth blow, # 10
And coughing drowns the parson’s saw, #
And birds sit brooding in the snow, #
And Marian’s nose looks red and raw; #
When roasted crabs hiss in the bowl— #
Then nightly sings the staring owl # 15
Tu-whoo! #
To-whit, Tu-whoo! A merry note! #
While greasy Joan doth keel the pot.

- Meanings of words:
Icicle: drops of water that are frozen
Shepherd: a person who takes care of the sheep.
Bear: carry
Logs: wood
Pail: bucket or pot
Nipped: extremely cool, frozen.
Foul: muddy or not clean.
Staring: look with gaze.
Owl: a kind of bird that appears at night.
Note: music tune usually happy.
Greasy: oily, fatty.
Keel: skim.
Coughing: the noun of cough.
Saw: ceremony.
Drown: sink.
Parson: a person who gives lecture in the church.
Brood: think deeply.
Raw: uncooked.
Hiss: to make sound of hissing.
Crabs: a green apple that is best cooked as a desert.


- Paraphrase:-
The poem consists of two stanzas. It is about the worst season of the year that requires hard work. Shakespeare, the poet, describes winter in England. The first stanza talks about the winter and how cold it is that the water that drop from the wall freeze before it fall. It is a very cold weather. Dick the shepherd, who has to go out for the sheep, tries to warm himself by blowing his hands. Dick the shepherd is a poor man that has nothing except his breath to warm himself. Another man is Tom who carries the wood and it is very hard in this cold weather, but they need wood to warm themselves and to cook. Moreover, the milk come frozen in the pot through the way out to the home for this they use the wood to melt the milk. At night the gazing bird sings a scary note while greasy, oily, and Joan take the forth out of the boiling pot.
The second stanza talks about the noise in this season (the winter). First, the noise of the wind blowing makes the weather colder. Sick people cough in the church that the coughing sound is louder than the sound of the parson, it is a loud life and people are sad. Marina’s nose looks very red as uncooked meat because of the cold weather. There is a lot of pain. There is something good in this season which is the sound of the food cooking and the family waiting for this food. It is good to hear the sound of food cooking.


- Imagery:
Is a picture not a figure of speech.
Visual image:
Icicles hang by the wall, blood is nipped, greasy Joan keel the pot, and Marina’s nose looks raw.
Auditory image:
The staring owl sings coughing drowns the parson’s saw, and the hissing of the food.
- Figures of speech:-
Irony:
Say something and mean the opposite
‘Merry note’ and he means a scary note.
Metaphor:
“Coughing drowns” converted to the sea because they both drown things.
Simile:
“And Marina’s nose looks red and raw”
Marina’s nose like raw and the similarity is that both of them are very red.

- The rhyme scheme:-

When icicles hang by the wall a
And Dick the shepherd blows his nail b
And Tom bears logs into the hall a
And milk comes frozen home in pail, b
When blood is nipped and ways be foul, c
Then nightly sings the staring owl, Tu-whit; c
Tu-who, a merry note, d
While greasy Joan doth keel the pot. d

When all aloud the wind doth blow a
And coughing drowns the parson's saw a
And birds sit brooding in the snow b
And Marian's nose looks red and raw, b
When roasted crabs hiss in the bowl, c
Then nightly sings the staring owl, Tu-whit; c
Tu-who, a merry note, d
While greasy Joan doth keel the pot. d





Spring
By: William Shakespeare
WHEN daises pied, and violets blue,
And lady-smocks all silver-white,
And cuckoo-buds of yellow hue
Do paint the meadows with delight,
The cuckoo then, on every tree,
Mocks married men, for thus sings he:
'Cuckoo! Cuckoo, cuckoo!' O word of fear,
Unpleasing to a married ear.
When shepherds pipe on oaten straws,
And merry larks are ploughmen's clocks,
When turtles tread, and rooks, and daws,
And maidens bleach their summer smocks,
The cuckoo then, on every tree,
Mocks married men, for thus sings he:
'Cuckoo! Cuckoo, cuckoo!' O word of fear,
Unpleasing to a married ear.
- Meanings of words:-
Daises: a white flower with yellow center.
Violets: a blue flower.
Smock: 1-kind of flowers.
2- a big, white lady dress
Cuckoo-buds: small, yellow flowers.
Hue: color.
Meadow: green land.
Cuckoo: kind of bird.
Mock: make fun.
Plowmen: worker men.
Maiden: unmarried girl.
Bleach: to make their dresses white.

- Paraphrase:
The poem describes the spring season in England and how beautiful it is. It consists of two stanzas. In the first stanza the poet describes the flowers and focus on their colors. The daises is white with yellow center, the violet is blue, the lady smock is shining with silver, white color, and the cuckoo buds with yellow color all these flowers cover the green land as to paint the land with delight. The cuckoo bird sings on every tree and makes fun of married men by saying cuckoo which is similar to the word (cuckold) that means unfaithful wife.
The second stanza begins with the shepherds relaxed and plays music on pipe. The happy birds sing and wake up the worker men and the animals that sleep in winter. The unmarried girls whiten their white dresses and look clean and beautiful.

- Figures of speech:-
Irony:
Say something and mean the opposite.
“O word of fear” it is a funny word not scary.
Personification:
The cuckoo mocks.
The flowers paint the meadow with delight.
Metaphor:
Merry larks and clocks and the similarity that they both wake up the worker men.


- The rhyme scheme:
- WHEN daises pied, and violets blue, a
And lady-smocks all silver-white, b
And cuckoo-buds of yellow hue a
Do paint the meadows with delight, b
The cuckoo then, on every tree, c
Mocks married men, for thus sings he: c
'Cuckoo! Cuckoo, cuckoo!' O word of fear, d
- Unpleasing to a married ear. d
- When shepherds pipe on oaten straws, a
And merry larks are ploughmen's clocks, b
When turtles tread, and rooks, and daws, a
And maidens bleach their summer smocks, b
The cuckoo then, on every tree, c
Mocks married men, for thus sings he: c
'Cuckoo! Cuckoo, cuckoo!' O word of fear, d
Unpleasing to a married ear. d

Thumbelina
5th March 2010, 06:13 PM
Differences between Spring and Winter

In spring: it is full of live.
In winter: there is no live at all.

In spring: shepherds are relaxed and happy. They play music.
In winter: the shepherd is blowing his nail to keep himself warm because the weather is very cold.

In spring: birds are happy, sing and wake the farmers up.
In winter: birds are sad, silent and sit brooding in the snow freezing.

In spring: there are a lot of colors so they have colorful environment.
In winter: the ways are dirty and full of mud.

In spring: the owl bird has a scary, sad music.
In winter: the cuckoo bird is funny and mocks married men.

In spring: irony in “o word of fear”, but it is not fear, it is funny.
In winter: irony in “merry note, but it is not happy, it means fear and scary music.

In spring: ladies are clean and attractive.
In winter: Joan is greasy and cannot clean her clothes.

In spring: the weather is very cold.
In winter: the weather is good.




The Man He Killed
By Thomas Hardy
“Had he and I but met
By some old ancient inn,
We should have sat us down to wet
Right many a nipperkin!

“But ranged as infantry,
And staring face to face,
I shot at him as he at me,
And killed him in his place.

“I shot him dead because —
Because he was my foe,
Just so: my foe of course he was;
That’s clear enough; although

“He thought he’d ’list, perhaps,
Off-hand like — just as I —
Was out of work — had sold his traps —
No other reason why.

“Yes; quaint and curious war is!
You shoot a fellow down
You’d treat if met where any bar is.
Or help to half-a-crown.”
- Meanings of words:
Had: if.
Inn: place to meet and drink.
Ancient: very old.
Niperkin: glass to drink.
Infantry: soldiers on foot.
Staring: looking or glazing.
Foe: enemy.
List: be a member.
Off-hand: not thinking a lot.
Traps: his things.
Out of work: jobless.
Treat: give a gift or handle something.
Quaint: strange.

- Paraphrase:
The poem consists of five stanzas and each stanza has four lines. In the first stanza, the speaker imagine that if he and his enemy met in an inn that they may sit and drink together. He says that they may become friends. These lines shows to us that he is not convinced of what he has done.
In the second stanza, the speaker tells us his story with his enemy. He says that they face each others in a battle field staring to each other. Then, they shot at each others. He shot at the man obviously first and killed him in his place. Of course the meet in the battle field as enemies.
In the third stanza, the speaker tries to justify what he has done which is killing the man by giving reasons, but he is not convinced. He repeats the word “because” trying to make an excuse for himself. The broken sentences show that he has conflict in the background of his mind.
In the fourth stanza, the speaker tries to understand the personality of the man he killed in the battle field. He is thinking about why he and the man joined the army. Then he finds an answer to is inquiries that both of them are poor and out of work so they need a job to have money. To join the army they sell their clothes and go to war. There is no other reason why they join the army. He says that he was a man
like me and may be suffering like me. He is upset that he killed the man.
In the last stanza, the speaker describes the war as an ugly, strange, aquatint, and inhuman activity. It neither makes people without rational nor reasons. If you meet the enemy in a bar you will help him with money or drink.
- The theme:
Through the negative life of the speaker, the poem warns against bad literature books such as melodramatic and cheap romantic. These books do not aloud people to be realistic and it makes them live in wrong lives and thoughts. It stops them from interacting with society.

- The speaker:
The speaker in this poem talks about himself in three stages of his life. He talks about his experience in reading books through different stages in his life. The first stage is when he was a child at school. He was weak and afraid from others especially the dogs who were twice his size. They hit him and he was unable to stand up to himself thus he escape to read adventure books and imagine himself the hero. This was the only activity that gives him security by identifying himself as a hero. Later, he becomes a young man not attractive with thick glasses and this is the second stage. He is antisocial, unable to communicate with neither people nor society. Also, he is unable to establish meaningful relationship with a woman thus he find in Dracula and evil attractive characters to identify with. He rapes women and break them. This activity does not give him feeling of love, but feeling of power and to imagine himself as powerful as Dracula. Now, he grows up man who identifies himself a coward and this is the third stage in his life. He knows himself as a withdrawn person and hate himself for this thus he escape from reality by drinking. The dude and the chap are vey familiar characters to him. He stops reading books because they do not give him the high self esteem.

- Figures of speech:
Hyperbole:
“Getting my nose in book”
He means that he loves book very much and he is close to them.
“Inch-thicks specs”
The speaker her exaggerates and means that it is very thick.
Metaphors:
“Deal out the old right hook” he uses hook as to catch fishes to indicate that he deal out the right hook into these boys.
“Dirty boys twice my size” converting the violent boys in school, who hit and hurt him, to big dogs because both are violent and harmful.
“The women I clubbed with sex” he rapes women as harmful as hitting someone with stick.
“Books are crap” converted books to rubbish because both are useless and worth to thrown to him.
Simile:
“I broke them up like meringues” and the similarity between women and meringues are that they are soft, breakable, and easy to destroy
- The rhyme scheme:
- First stanza:
- When getting my nose in a book A
- Cured most things short of school, B
- It was worth ruining my eyes C
- To know I could still keep cool, B
- And deal out the old right hook A
- To dirty dogs twice my size. C
- Second stanza:
- Later, with inch-thick specs, A
- Evil was just my lark: B
- Me and my coat and fangs C
- Had ripping times in the dark. B
- The women I clubbed with sex! A
- I broke them up like meringues. C
- Third stanza:
- Don't read much now: the dude A
- Who lets the girl down before B
- The hero arrives, the chap C
- Who's yellow and keeps the store B
- Seem far too familiar. Get stewed: A
- Books are a load of crap. C

Thumbelina
5th March 2010, 06:14 PM
Is my team plowing
By: A.E Housman
"Is my team plowing,
That I was used to drive
And hear the harness jingle
When I was man alive?"

Ay, the horses trample,
The harness jingles now;
No change though you lie under
The land you used to plow.

"Is football playing
Along the river shore,
With lads to chase the leather,
Now I stand up no more?"

Ay, the ball is flying,
The lads play heart and soul;
The goal stands, Up, the keeper
Stands Up to keep the goal.

"Is my girl happy,
That I thought hard to leave,
And has she tired of weeping
As she lies down at eve?"

Ay, she lies down lightly,
She lies not down to weep:
Your girl is well contented.
Be still, my lad, and sleep.

"Is my friend hearty,
Now I am thin and pine,
And has he found to sleep in
A better bed than mine?"

Yes, lad, I lie easy,
I lie as lads would choose;
I cheer a dead man's sweetheart,
Never ask me whose.


- Meanings of words:
Team: group of horses.
Plow: prepare the land for planting.
Drive: lead the team.
Harness: a set of leather bands fastened with metal that is used in order to control a horse and attach it to a vehicle that is pulls
Trample: walk.
Jingle: make noise.
Lads: young men.
Chase: follow.
Heart and soul: enthusiastic.
The keeper of the goal: one of the players.
Eve: evening.
Weep: cry.
Content: happy with what se has or satisfied.
Pine: kind of tree or having pain.
Cheer: improve the mood and become happy.

- The theme:
Life goes on and do not stop for someone’s death. The poem reveals the human worries of being departing from life and being forgotten. Human being is a mortal does not leave an imprint on life. It is upsetting and sad that dead is easily forgotten and can live without them. It is sad to know that we leave no difference on the life that we leave behind, as if we never existed.






- Paraphrase:
The poem consists of eight stanzas: four of them are questions and the others are answers. Each stanza consists of four lines. The whole poem is conversation between the dead man and his life friend. The dead man asks his life friend about what happen after his death. In the first stanza, the dead man asks his life friend if his team is plowing and if the bell ring any more. He says that he used to be part of the team and now he is not.
In the second stanza, the life friend answers him with yes that the bell is still ringing and the animals are working. He says that nothing changed except you are lying under the land you used to work in.
In the third stanza, the dead man asks about his football team if they still playing near the bank of the river and if they still chasing the ball.
In the fourth stanza, the friend answers with yes that the ball is still flying and the keeper trying to keep the goal.
In the fifth stanza, the dead man asks about is sweetheart if she was happy and if she is tries from crying in the evening.
In the sixth stanza, the friend answers that she sleeps lightly with no heavy feeling. He asks his dead man to not worry about her because she is fine and not suffering that much.
In the seventh stanza, the dead man asks about his best friend if he is fine and hopes that he lies in a bed better than his which is in pine and thin.
In the last stanza, the friend answers that I lie with someone’s widow and making her happy with my company, but do not ask me who’s wife I am cheering.
- The speaker:
The speaker in this poem is the dead man. He asks his life friend some question from his grave. He used to plow the land and he had a football team. He is married and his wife now after his death is lying with his best friend.


- Diction:
it is interesting to ask about life in general and the friend answers in specific. Some words in this poem play on the language which makes the poem interesting. Some words have more than one meaning, but it is used for specific purpose. The words that have multiple meaning like (lightly, sleep, bed, and lie).


Denotation Connotation

Lightly: 1) lie happy and not depressed
2) Cannot sleep well because of sad.

Sleep: 1) Death.
2) Night sleep.

Lie: 1) to be dead on the ground.
2) To sleep on the bed.
3) Sleep easy.
4) To lie with woman (have a relation).

Bed: 1) furniture.
2) Grave.
3) Marriage bed.

Thumbelina
5th March 2010, 06:16 PM
Mirror
By: Sylvia Plath

Whatever I see I swallow immediately
Just as it is, unmisted by love or dislike.
I am not cruel, only truthful --
The eye of a little god, four-cornered.
Most of the time I meditate on the opposite wall.
It is pink, with speckles. I have looked at it so long
I think it is part of my heart. But it flickers.
Faces and darkness separate us over and over.

Now I am a lake. A woman bends over me,
searching my reaches for what she really is.
Then she turns to those liars, the candles or the moon.
I see her back, and reflect it faithfully.
She rewards me with tears and an agitation of hands.
I am important to her. She comes and goes.
Each morning it is her face that replaces the darkness.
In me she has drowned a young girl, and in me an old woman
Rises toward her day after day, like a terrible fish.
- Meanings of words:
Silver: material
Preconceptions: idea taken before experience.
Swallow: eat.
Unmisted: very clear.
Cruel: just.
Meditate: think deeply.
Speckles: spots.
Flickers: between darkness and light.
Bend: to twist.
Reward: give a prize.
Agitation: angry and scream.
Drawn: sink.
Rise: come up.
Terrible: horrible.
- Paraphrase:
The poem consists of two stanzas. In the first stanza, the mirror is talking about herself. In the second stanza, the mirror is talking about a woman. The first stanza focuses on the mirror speaking about herself as if she was a human. She says that I am silver and exact because she does not change anything, swallow thing as it is. Also, the mirror’s reflections are clear. She says that love and hate does not affect my reflection, it is truthful. She says that she is not cruel. The mirror is like the eye of a little god, see things as it is. If the mirror is a judge she will be fair.
The second stanza talks about a woman who gets older. The mirror is compare to the lake when she says “now I am a lake”. The similarity between the mirror and the lake that they both reflect image as it is. The story of the woman is like the myth of Narcissus, who became found of this reflection on the lake and drowns while he wants to become close to the image. The similarity between the women and Narcissus the mythical character makes us sympathies with the woman for losing her beauty rather than criticize her vanity. The woman comes to see herself every morning. The mirror is important for the woman although she is unhappy because she becomes older and loses her beauty. The beauty of the young girl dyes and drowns. Then, this beauty turns into ugliness. The woman does not see the truth she uses the candle and the moon to make her younger and beautiful by doing this the candle and the moon are liars. As the woman is drowning, she replaced to become an ugly fish. The mirror sympathies with the woman and says that I am straight forward, exact, not romantic, and not soft hearted.






- The theme:
This poem does not consider women as vain rather than sympathizes with them. The poem is not criticism of women who care about their beauty, but reflect their feelings of losing their beauty through age. The poem shows the feelings of a woman who is losing her beauty and getting old and not being able to understand the fact of aging. It is very hard and tragic for women to become old and to lose their youth. Women resist these facts and try to ignore it.
- The speaker:
The choice of the speaker in this poem is very skillful because the mirror is a material who cannot feel she just reflects image, but toward the end she starts to sympathy with the woman. The speaker in this poem is the mirror. The mirror speaks about herself in the first stanza as if she is a person. She describes herself as clear, truthful, and fair. Also, she says that she is like the eye of a little god. In the second stanza she tells us a story about a woman who become old and how the mirror sympathizes with her although at the beginning she says that she is not romantic and does not has a soft heart.
- The figures of speech:
Personification:
1) Candle and moon are liars.
2) The mirror as animate object takes the quality of human beings.
Metaphors:
1) The mirror compared itself with a God and the similarity between them that they are both truthful and exact in judging.
2) The mirror compared itself with a lake and the similarity between them that they both reflect the images as they are.
Simile:
The woman becomes “like a terrible fish” and the similarity between them that they are both ugly. The beauty of the woman disappear with age as drowning little girl.
There is No Frigate Like a Book
By: Emily Dickinson


There is no frigate like a book.
To take us lands away,
Nor any coursers like a page.
Of prancing poetry.
This traverse may the poorest take.
Without oppress of toll;
How frugal is the chariot.
That bears a human soul!

- Meanings of words:
Frigate: kind of ships.
Coursers: horses.
Prancing: jumping.
Toll: cost on lives.
Frugal: not costing.
Chariot: carriage.
- Paraphrase:
In this poem Emily Dickinson is considering the power of a book or of poetry to carry us a way, to take us from our immediate surrounding into a world of the imagination. A book is better than any ship or any transportation. Books take us away. It helps us to explore new lands. It can take us to any land to enjoy its culture and it people’s experiences. Moreover, pages of a book are even better than these quick horses that are fast and can jump very high. Travers is difficult movement in traveling which poor people cannot avoid, but by buying a book they can make a journey without having the difficulty of travelling with the cost of money or cost of health. Book is just like a carriage that carries our souls to any place and it is cheap.


- The theme:
Braise literature and celebrate poetry because it transports people to any place. Also, it teaches about other countries and cultures without cost of travel. Literature may create experience to us as we have travel and seen people get to know other culture. But literature is much better than frigate because it is easy to read, cheep, and you can learn from it.

- Diction:
Denotation connotation
-“frigate” not ship or boat connoted speed and exploration.

-“lands away” Denoted distance. Connoted the idea of different
Lands, traditions, and cultures.


-“courser” not like any horse connoted speed.

-“prancing” connoted beautiful movement,
Denoted jumping down &up elegance, nobility, and spirit.

-“traverse” denoted movement connoted risk and difficulty.

-“frugal” denoted cheap price connoted good quality and
Good price, wise to spend.

-“chariot” denoted carriage connoted romantic carriage
Like car or bus. that carries our soul.

Thumbelina
5th March 2010, 06:18 PM
When my love swears that she is made of truth
By: William Shakespeare

When my love swears that she is made of truth
I do believe her, though I know she lies,
That she might think me some untutored youth,
Unlearned in the world's false subtleties.
Thus vainly thinking that she thinks me young,
Although she knows my days are past the best,
Simply I credit her false-speaking tongue:
On both sides thus is simple truth suppressed.
But wherefore says she not she is unjust?
And wherefore say not I that I am old?
O, love's best habit is in seeming trust,
And age in love loves not to have years told:
Therefore I lie with her and she with me,
And in our faults by lies we flattered be.

- Meanings of words:
My love: woman that I love.
Swear: 1) use the name of God to say the truth. 2) Give a loath.
Made of truth: truthful.
Untutored: uneducated.
Youth: young man.
False: not true.
Subtleties: things hidden in life.
Vainly: pride on appearances.
Past: after.
Credit: admit, appreciate, or money in the bank.
Suppressed: not allow freedom.
Lie: sleep, sleep with a woman, or not telling the truth.
Flattered: compliments.



- Paraphrase:
The speaker is an old man who is in relation with woman much younger than him. He makes the odd confession that when the woman he loves tells him that she is truthful, he supposedly believes her, even though he knows she is lying. Of course, he means that he pretends to believe her, but in fact he knows he cannot believe her, because he knows she is lying. But he has some lying going on as well. He wants to make her think he is unsophisticated like a young man. So he pretends to believe her lies, in order to get her to believe his pretense at being younger than he is. He said that she thinks that I do not know that life is complicated and that there are things hidden in life. The speaker sums up the lying and falsifying on both parts: he knows that she knows he is not a young man in his prime, so he admits that his pretense is in vain. She does not really believe he is young, anymore than he believes she is a faithful lover. They both simply suppress the truth. He feels proud when his lover says that he is young and no way can he believe her. She says that he is young and meaning the opposite. He says that his best years have gone and he is after middle age. If you are confused why he believes her and knows that she is lying, simply he knows that her tongue is lying, but he credits it, wants it, and admires it. Then, the speaker rationalizes their deceptions and makes the ludicrous claim that “love’s best habit is in seeming trust.” The speaker knows better than this; he is a mature man who surely must realize that such “trust” is not trust at all. These lovers cannot possibly trust each other: they each know the other is lying. He says that he lies when she says that he is young, he did not say that he is not. He did not tell her to seem that they have seeming trust. Finally, he says that we both lie and these lies make us flattered and happy.


- - Diction:
The speaker is playing on the word “lie”; he has made it clear that both lovers “lie” to each other, so now when he says they lie “with” each other, he is referring to their sexual relationship: lying in bed together.



- The theme:
It is very difficult to accept being old. Although love relation needs trust, aged people need illusion to make them and convince them that they have not lost there best qualities, they settle down for a less quality relationship that is mitered by lying as long as it gives high self esteem.

- The speaker:
The speaker is an old man who is having a relationship with a woman, but it is not perfect because they don have love’s best habit which is trust. He believes his lover when she said that he is young because it makes him feel happy. He goes on with his relation ship with his lover and did not break up with her because she gives him the illusion which makes him feel that he has not loses his bet qualities, although he knows that she is lying and that he is after middle age.

- Rhyme scheme:
- When my love swears that she is made of truth a
I do believe her, though I know she lies, b
That she might think me some untutored youth, a
Unlearned in the world's false subtleties. b
Thus vainly thinking that she thinks me young, c
Although she knows my days are past the best, d
Simply I credit her false-speaking tongue: c
On both sides thus is simple truth suppressed. d
But wherefore says she not she is unjust? f
And wherefore say not I that I am old? g
O, love's best habit is in seeming trust, f
And age in love loves not to have years told: g
Therefore I lie with her and she with me, y
And in our faults by lies we flattered be. y


Cross
By: Langston Hughes
My old man's a white old man
And my old mother's black.
If ever I cursed my white old man
I take my curses back.
If ever I cursed my black old mother
And wished she were in hell,
I'm sorry for that evil wish
And now I wish her well
My old man died in a fine big house.
My ma died in a shack.
I wonder were I'm going to die,
Being neither white nor black?

Meanings of words:
Cross: this word has multiple meaning.
1) Moving from one side to another.
2) Being angry or upset.
3) Meeting of two lines- two different things.
4) This word connotes much pain to others or suffering a great deep.
5) The cross that crucified on.
6) A religion simple. The Christianity sign
All the meanings of cross are there in the poem. The poet makes these meanings work for him by choosing all the meanings.


Theme:
The theme is explaining how upsetting and difficult to belong to no specific race or society. It is more painful and difficult to neither black nor white than to be black and belong to the black society which was suffering from racism.


Paraphrase:
The poem is about a black son who came from a marriage of white man and black woman. He is suffering from this marriage. The son says if he ever wishes his father bad, he changes his mind because he is his father and he loves him. He is so angry with his mother, too. Although, they are his parents, he cursed them. He wishes evil wishes to his mother, he wishes she were in hell. The son says that he is very sorry if he had ever cursed this black side in his family, which is his mother, and he is sorry if he had ever wished she were in hill and now he is wishing her to be will. His black mother is poor and does not have a good life. His white father is in a fine situation. His father died in a big house and his mother in a shack because she is poor and black. He is wondering where he is going to die in because he does not know where he belong to. If he is white, it is very good because white people are the richest. Also, he has no problem of being black, if he has friends and family.











The speaker:
The speaker is not the poet because the poet is Langston Hughes who has black parents. Langston Hughes’ “Cross” does not represent the poet’s personal experience, since both of his parents were black. It offers a stereotype of the conflicted mixed-race male who bears the “cross” of being a “cross” between the Negroid and Caucasoid races. The speaker of mixed heritage struggles towards an identity -- the title is a complex metaphor for the struggle to find one's identity. There are multiple meanings of cross -- as in a hybridizing; an annoyance; and the figurative idiom meaning both a burden and persecution -- and each apply to the speaker's situation: he's half white and half black, he's plagued by his own anger and questions relating to his mixed heritage, and he has obviously suffered persecution for his mixed heritage as evidenced by the discrepancy between his father and mother's deaths. However, the most important question the speaker asks is not where he will die being neither white nor black, but -- by not asking it -- how he will live in a black and white world as a person of mixed heritage.








Meeting at Night
By: Robert Browning


The grey sea and the long black land;
And the yellow half-moon large and low;
And the startled little waves that leap
In fiery ringlets from their sleep,
As I gain the cove with pushing prow,
And quench its speed i' the slushy sand.


Then a mile of warm sea-scented beach;
Three fields to cross till a farm appears;
A tap at the pane, the quick sharp scratch
And blue spurt of a lighted match,
And a voice less loud, through its joys and fears,
Than the two hearts beating each to each!

Meanings of words:
Grey: the color.
Half-moon: middle of the month.
Ringlet: one curl of hair.
Fiery: adj. from fire.
Gain: obtain or reach.
Cove: a small gulf (water inside land).
Prow: the front part of the boat or the ship.
Quench: satisfy your thirst or your desire.
Slushy: watery and muddy (sand mixed with water).
Tap: knock or touch slightly.
Pane: window.
Scratch: sound made of friction.
Spurt: sudden irruption.






Paraphrase:
The poem consists of two stanzas. It is about two lovers so it is about love. When we first read the poem it seems that it is description of nature. Actually, it is the nature in the eye of a lover who is traveling. The sea is grey because the reflection of the moon and black land because it is night. In the middle of the month, the moon looks big, but today it looks bigger and close to him (the lover). The moon does not really become big and low, but because he is in a romantic mood. The weaves are freighted when he come. The waves jump freighted from his boat in curl circles like his sweetheart hair (curly hair). He says that he sees his sweetheart in everything because he feels exciting to see her. He wakes up the waves from their sleep because of his speed. He says that he is coming with speed and pushes the slushy sand. He is not only reducing the speed, but also satisfying the desire. All his senses are excited to meet his lover. She also excited to meet him. She waits for him behind the window and there is no noise. He knocks on the window when he arrives. Even that the voice of the window was so loud, but that voice was less loud than the voice of the beating of their hearts together. The poet is describing the view in that night of the meeting.

Theme:
The main idea is the description of the lover's feelings which is fear, desire, worry, excitement, apprehensive, and full of romantic love just before he meets his lover secretly. The poem describes the lover feelings before he sees his girl and when he sees her by describing his journey in the nature. The images make the nature correspond to the feeling of the lover.






Figures of speech:
Metaphor
The little waves that leap similar to the fiery ringlet and the similarity between them that both of them are speed.
Personification
The waves freighted when he comes.

Images:
Visual images: sight
Grey sea, black land, yellow half moon, large and low, little waves, fiery ringlets, pushing prow, the blue spurt
Auditory images: sound
The quick sharp scratch, two hearts beating each to each
Olfactory image: smell
Warm sea- scented beach
Tactile image: touch
Slushy sand

Thumbelina
5th March 2010, 06:19 PM
Parting at Morning
By: Robert Browning


Round the cape of a sudden came the sea,
And the sun looked over the mountain's rim:
And straight was a path of gold for him,
And the need of a world of men for me.

Meanings of words:
Cape: is a stretch (land inside the sea)

Paraphrasing:
The poem is about men working at morning. He is going to the sea of a sudden and no need to see nature as he see it last night because he quench his desire when he spends the night with his girl. The sun is clear and it is not the time for romantic. At the morning you have to be practical and realistic. His fast life is reflected in the very short, fast poem. It expresses men. He likes his work to have money and company of men. This poem has fewer images that “Meeting at Night”. It is not exciting poem, but interesting comparing to the poem at night.
















Those winter Sundays
By: Robert Hayden


Sundays too my father got up early
And put his clothes on in the blueback cold,
then with cracked hands that ached
from labor in the weekday weather made
banked fires blaze. No one ever thanked him.

I'd wake and hear the cold splintering, breaking.
When the rooms were warm, he'd call,
and slowly I would rise and dress,
fearing the chronic angers of that house,

Speaking indifferently to him,
who had driven out the cold
and polished my good shoes as well.
What did I know, what did I know
of love's austere and lonely offices?

Meanings of words:
Cracked: broken.
Ached: painful.
Labor: hard work.
Weekday: working days.
Weather made: hot or cold.
Banked fires: the place of the fire.
Splintering: breaking in very small pieces.
Chronic: very old.
Indifferently: without care.
Polished: make it shiny.
Austere: lonely or not accepting pleasure.
Offices: equality of feeling.







Paraphrase:
The poem consists of three stanzas. It is about a son who is talking about his working father. The father is in charge. The son says that is father works very hard even in Sundays. In the weekend the father works. The son is trying to show us that his father is a hard working man so he also works on Sundays. He put on his clothes and goes out in the very cold weather. The word “blueblack” is a description of the cold weather; it is too cold as when your fingers become blue. It is too cold because it is too early before the sun rise. The father’s hand is cracked because he works explored to the weather. The son says that he never thanks him for his hard work. The father makes fire to warm the room for his son. The son says that he had never walked up early; he walked from the cold breaking. The father warms all the rooms then he calls on his son. Then the son says that he walks up slowly and puts his clothes on in fear because he is afraid from his father’s anger not because he loves him. The father polishes the son’s shoes and takes care of him, but he did not thank him and appreciate his tough life. After all what the father did in warming the house and even polishing the son’s shoes, he speaks with him in a way without respect and care. Now the speaker regrets about not noticing that his father loves him. He has very tough work without a woman to help him. He could not show love in best way. Now the son appreciates and sympathizes with his father.

Theme:
The difficulties that single parents face while raising family. Working out side to make his children eat, taking care of them, and providing their physical and emotional need. Life can be demanding for this single parent, so they become tough. It is impossible for the single parents to give love in big quantities. There will be anger and discontent in life, but they do not mean that they do not care for their children. The children suffer because of this. The children will not appreciate their parent tough life till they grow up. So it is about the inability of the single parent to give love because he does not have love.
The purpose:
The poet wants to give an image of the differently of being single parent who has to take care of the emotional need of children but un able to do this because he is lonely. The father did not have the nature of satisfying the emotional needs of his children and if he did no one appreciate it.
Images:
A) Images of coldness:
1) Images of nature:
The weather was very cold and the time was at the very early morning.

2) Lack of appreciation:
The father was never had been appreciated by any one neither in his work nor in his house and he had never heard a word of thanking.

B) Images of warmth:
1) When the father warm his house every morning before he weak up his son. The image of the father banked fires blaze correspond to the father being unable to give love. He loves his children, but he cannot express his love.
2) There are warm feelings inside the two persons in this poem, but both of them never expressed their feelings to each other.
The father was very restrictive and never tells his son that he loves him and the son thought that his father didn't love him so he never loved him back.

Visual image:
Blueblack cold, cracked hand, and banked fires blaze.
Auditory image:
Hearing the cold splintering and breaking.

The images of cold and warmth correspond to the:
*lack of love in the cold weather.

*love in warmth.









The Guitarist Tunes Up
By: Frances Cornford

With what attentive courtesy he bent
Over his instrument;
Not as a lordly conquerer who could
Command both wire and wood,
But as a man with a loved woman might,
Inquiring with delight
What slight essential things she had to say
Before they started, he and she, to play.

Meanings of words:
Guitarist: a man who plays a guitar.
Tune: doing one strike and waiting to hear it then doing the other.
Courtesy: kindness and politeness.
Attentive: give attention.
Instrument: guitar itself.
Lordly: being commanding and to give orders like a lord.
Conquerer: the one who win the battle.
Essential: basic.
Play: a game.
Or a guitar.
Or to play.

Paraphrase:
The poem describes a guitarist. The poet says that the guitarist tunes his guitar with kindness and politeness. He loves his guitar and he takes care of it. The guitarist plays his guitar not as lord who boss his soldiers and not as a peace of wood but as a man who loves a woman. The politeness that the guitarist gives to his instrument seems as he is not treating his guitar as a lord who gives orders, but he is treating it as man with a woman. He just asks her what she wants and what she prefer. He asks her very basic questions. She has to answer back as the guitar answer back. The man prepares the woman to love then they begin their relation as the guitarist prepares the guitar by striking it then play.
Theme:
The theme of the poem is describing the relationship between the guitarist and the guitar. The poet expresses this theme by using one figure of speech simile. He describes the relationship between the guitarist and the guitar as the relationship between a man and a woman. He loves his guitar and he tunes it with care and politeness as a man treats with a woman.


Figures of speech:
Simile:
The guitarist is as the conquerer. The relation between the guitarist and the guitar is with attention and courtesy. It is not based on authority, power or force. It characterizes with attention and courtesy.

The guitar is unlike the army. The relation between the guitar and the guitarist is not of commands and orders.

The guitarist is as a man and the guitar is the loved woman. The relation between them is sweet. The similarity is that in both the man asks the woman very brief questions like the guitarist strike the guitar briefly. He prepares the woman to the relation as the guitarist prepares the guitar to play music.













The Hound
By: Robert Francis


Life the hound
Equivocal
Comes at a bound
Either to rend me
Or to befriend me.
I cannot tell
The hound's intent
Till he has sprung
At my bare hand
With teeth or tongue.
Meanwhile I stand
And wait the event.

Meanings of words:
Hound: dark kind of dogs.
Equivocal: ambiguous and not clear.
Bound: jump.
Rend: turn.
Sprung: jump (the past participle of spring).
Bare hand: not covered.
The event: to be friend or of rend.

Paraphrase:
The whole poem comments on life with one metaphor which is that life is hound. The hound and life is obviously not the same, but there is one similarity between them. Both cases are ambiguous, unpredictable, and you do not know what will happen. We cannot tell that the hound will be friend with you or will beat you, but we can know when he jumps at you. The speaker gives the hound his hand without protection by covering it to see if the hound jumps with his teeth to bite him or with tongue to be friend with him.





The theme:
Life can be very cruel to us wither our fortune is good or bad. We cannot tell or predicate till we live it. Meanwhile we have to live our lives. Life is uncertain. One can not tell his destiny in life. Life either gives to human being or to destroy the person. No one can expect what will happen to him till he is going throw this life. While he is living he will be apprehensive.

Thumbelina
5th March 2010, 06:20 PM
Dream Deferred
By: Langston Hughes

What happens to a dream deferred?
Does it dry up
like a raisin in the sun?
Or fester like a sore—
and then run?
Does it stink like rotten meat?
Or crust and sugar over—
like a syrupy sweet?
Maybe it just sags
like a heavy load.
Or does it explode?

Meanings of words:
Deferred: delayed.
Dream: ambitious.
Raisin: shriveled grape.
Fester: become very reddish, and bluish.
Sore: painful.
Stink: bad smell.
Explode: burse up.



The speaker:
The speaker is a black man who is concerned of black people who had been suffering of inequality and lack of opportunity. Those people have dream of better life and equal opportunities at schools and work, but these dreams has not been fulfilled. He tries to presents their case in this poem. Also, he tries to make people sympathize with black people.







Paraphrase:
The speaker in this poem is concerned of inequality and lack of opportunity. Those people dream of better life and of equal opportunities in school, and work, but these dreams have not being fulfilled. He asks questions of why the dream is delayed and answers them with questions. The first answer is that the dream is dry up like a raisin in the sun. It become smaller and almost disappears. People keep themselves to themselves. The second answer is that the dream festers like a sore and then run. It becomes like an injury in the skin that come out of it blood and liquids, the sore is unhealthy, painful, and disgusting. The third answer is that the dream stinks like a rotten meat as if the dream have a very bad smell that is uninviting to people. It is ugly, disgusting, decaying, and adverse to health. The fourth answer is that the dream crusts like a syrupy sweet. The crusty, old syrupy sweet is not useful and uninviting to people. The fifth answer is that the dream sags like a heavy load. It becomes very depressing, put people’s spirits down, detain people from being productive. It keeps pulling people down like carrying a heavy load. The last answer "Or does it explode?" is representing an explosion similar to one of a bomb. Langston Hughes presents their case as black people to the public. He tries to make people sympathize with them in America.











Figures of speech:
The poet in this poem uses five similes in the first five answers and he leaves the metaphor to the end of the poem because it is stronger. Each simile gives what might happen or sequences of possibility. At the end of the poem, the poet uses the metaphor to wake up the people.


A B Similarity


Dream deferred raisin both shrunk and almost disappear.

Dream deferred sore both are painful, disgusting, and unhealthy.

Dream deferred rotten meat both is ugly, disgusting, decaying, and adverse to health.

Dream deferred syrup sweet both are not useful and uninviting.

Dream deferred load both are heavy, drags people down, depressing, and detain people from being productive.

Dream deferred explode like a bomb both are dangerous and lead to violent.




The Road Not Taken
By: Robert Frost
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;

Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,

And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.

I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.

Meanings of words:
Diverged: sperated into two.
Wood: forest.
Yellow: fall season.
Look down: into the road.
Undergrowth: trees, green growth.
Fair: beautiful, good looking, or just.
Claim: to have argument.
Grassy: full of grass.
Wanted wear: to be use much.
Worn: past participle of wear.
Lay: put in front of you.
Trodden: no body goes to the road and makes it black.
Should: will.
Ages hence: ages from now.
Paraphrase:
The speaker is a traveler who tells his experience in his traveling. He finds two roads and he has to choose one of them and he feels sorry for that. He stops at the point the road separates and he just stands and looks at them. In the second stanza, he decides to take the other road for better reason he has. He says that both of them are equal, but one is more used and the other is less used. So he takes the less used road to make it similar to the other or the more used road. In the third stanza, he remembers the road he chooses and that nobody use it. Although, he chooses the less used road and has better reason for choosing it, he thinks of the other road, but he cannot turn back. We know that he has a difficulty in choosing one of the roads from the word “Oh”. In the last stanza, he says that he will tell his experience with a sight, showing regret, and feeling sorry that he chooses this road. That choice in his life makes all the different. Your decision will affect your life and makes all the difference.

The theme:
This poem uses the idea of the road to symbolize an experience in life that is terminal and irrevocable. In traveling, find the way diverged and have to choose one make you realize that you may not have the chance to choose the other symbolizes choosing an experience in life such as marriage or a major in collage that is unlikely to be changed later. One way will lead to the other way and the speaker in this poem regrets not having the opportunity to choose both of the roads and take all the chances or have both experiences in life.



Symbolism:
First level:
The speaker is talking about his trip in the wood and his choose between two different roads. The can be as an image for the road.

Second level:
The speaker may have another meaning that he may talk about the choices we make in our life. For example in marriage, career, and have children. The road can be marriage, career, house, and major in collage. It means what it says and other thing.

Thumbelina
5th March 2010, 06:22 PM
الكـــــــــلام مافي ابسط منه وان شاء الله يكون شامل لكل شي
اتمنى من كل قلبي لكم التوفيق
دمتم بوووووود

آحب آعشقك
5th March 2010, 06:36 PM
يعطيك العافيه انشالله قلب2

جهدمتعوووب عليه ربي يوفقك ويسعدك قلب2

Thumbelina
5th March 2010, 06:43 PM
اسعدني مرورك وربي
الله يوفق الجميع

تعبك راحة
5th March 2010, 08:10 PM
تسلمين يابعدي ماقصرتي والله يجعله في ميزان حسناتك

Thumbelina
5th March 2010, 11:44 PM
تعبك راح
شرفتييييينا
جزاك الله خيرا
اسعدني مرورك

احلى شوكولاته سايحه
6th March 2010, 05:08 PM
thank u :)

Thumbelina
7th March 2010, 12:06 AM
ولكم ^_^

سويت مون
7th March 2010, 01:03 AM
الله يجزاااااااااااااااااااااا ااااااك خيييييييير

عاد انا احتاجلها هالترم مرة مرة مرة ... لاني اخذ بويتري

الله يوفقك

ومشكووووووووووووووورة

Thumbelina
7th March 2010, 03:16 PM
موفــــــــقه ان شاء الله
اسعدني مرورك

Northie
7th March 2010, 04:20 PM
..thumbelina...Thumbelina

I wish I could say a single verse if not a whole stanza ض4about ur contribution 2 the sts and learners of literature, but no English words I know rhyming with the last sound of ur nick:what..Great effort and it's appreciated ...as we do with poetry that u adore 2 obsession.. I ,persoannly, created a website on EFL and ESl and specified one whole category on literature..of course poetry included ! ciao

مكهربة
7th March 2010, 09:30 PM
يعطيك العافية..

من جد شغل روعـــــــه

Thumbelina
8th March 2010, 09:47 PM
thumbelina...Thumbelina

I wish I could say a single verse if not a whole stanza about ur contribution 2 the sts and learners of literature, but no English words I know rhyming with the last sound of ur nick..Great effort and it's appreciated

thanks ل3


I ,persoannly, created a website on EFL and ESl and specified one whole category on literature..of course poetry

good luck
^_^

Thumbelina
8th March 2010, 09:48 PM
مكهربه
ربي يعافيك
مرورك الاروع ^_^

أناستازيا
9th March 2010, 07:33 PM
[SIZياحبيلك يابعدي
تسلمين والله
الله يسعدك ويوفقكE="5"]ي[/SIZE]

روروالحلوة
10th March 2010, 09:18 PM
Thanks

Thumbelina
14th March 2010, 05:59 AM
وووووووووولكــــــــــــم
اسعدني مروركم
موفقين يارب

LEeNn
14th March 2010, 11:50 PM
مررره يجنن الشرح


مرررره شكرا يا بعدهم


يعطيكـ ألـــــــفــــين عافيه من جد روووعهـ

يسلمووووووووووووو يا عسل

Thumbelina
15th March 2010, 05:54 PM
ربي يعافيك ويوفقك ان شاء الله
العفووووووووو

نورآ
15th March 2010, 06:12 PM
بصرآحه جهـــد متعوب عليه وبقوووة

لآخلآ ولآعدم ...
ربي يسسسعدك وين مـآرحتي
:D

Lolitta ~
17th March 2010, 04:51 PM
يسعدك ربي يا جميلة .. سؤالي بس هل استعنتي بمواقع لتحليل القصائد ؟ اذا ايوه ياليت تشاركينا اسم الموقع ..
يبارك لك ربي بجهدك :)

Thumbelina
17th March 2010, 08:54 PM
نورآ ربي يسلمك ويخليك اسعدني مرورك

يسعدك ربي يا جميلة .. سؤالي بس هل استعنتي بمواقع لتحليل القصائد ؟ اذا ايوه ياليت تشاركينا اسم الموقع ..
يبارك لك ربي بجهدك
Lolitta ~
ما استعنت بي اي موقع بس انتبهي للاستاذه وذاكري الاوراق
كان عندي اوراق ورثتها من صديقاتي بس ورثوها ناس بعدي
اذا حابه تدورين لك مصادر ثانيه دوري بس انصحك تعتمدين على شي اساسي وهو كلام الاستاذه

Romantic Heart
28th March 2010, 04:05 PM
Thumbelina

wow, You have done great job, thanks soo much, you reminded me of that beautiful book ' sound and sense' and the beautiful poems breathing inside, what should I say ! could a word express a heart's beat?جش2 well, let silence express my thanks to you .. I wish you successful life .. good luck, thank you.

Thumbelina
29th March 2010, 05:47 PM
ل3

U'r wellcom

thanks for your beautiful words.....good luck

ღ It's me ღ
2nd April 2010, 01:25 AM
ياحبي لك يا شيخه قلب2


لك ن2

آحب آعشقك
21st October 2010, 10:30 AM
يُرفع للاهميه

ل3

I love English
21st October 2010, 11:08 AM
^^
thanx مز1



مشكوره ياقلبي ع هالشرح
ربي يسعدك يارب
قلب2
جد جد مجهووود تشكرين عليه
ربي يوفقك قلب2

wared
22nd October 2010, 05:09 PM
نتظر الكثير منك في باقي الكورسات
الله يعطيك العافية

Miss sleepy
30th October 2010, 11:09 AM
Thank you so so so much sweety! ^^ :D

eee
30th October 2010, 10:09 PM
مجهود رائع

Black and White
9th November 2010, 07:01 PM
الله يوفقك في الدنيا والآخرة
مررررررررررررررره سهلت علينا