05 Feb 2022

Theme Observed in the Literary works – Migrant Bird

TNPSC General English: Authors and their Literary Works – Migrant Bird

TNPSC Group 4 General English consists of three parts. Part A: Grammer, Part B: Literature, and Part C: Authors and their Literary Works. In this section, we discuss the third Authors and their Literary Works part. Actually, the Authors and their Literary Works part is easy & students who are preparing for TNPSC Exams can easily score maximum marks in this part. So, we provide the TNPSC General English Study Material – Authors and their Literary Works in an easy way for the TNPSC aspirants.

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Theme Observed in the Literary works

Migrant Bird

The globe’s my world. The cloud’s my kin
I care not where the skies begin;
I spread my wings through all the din;
Through fears and fright I fly my flight.
No walls for me, no vigil gates,
No flags, no machine guns that blast
Citizens of those border states-
Brothers of her brother’s sons.
No maps, no boundaries to block
My sojourn into unknown lands.
I spawn and splash in distant spills,
I breed my brood where’r I will.
I won’t look down. No I will not.
With speed of wings I hasten past
And close my eyes against the sun
To dream my dreams and make them last.

                                 – Famida Y. Basheer

The Theme of Migrant Bird:

Nature has no Border.

Nature as such does not have any border or restriction. A man should see how nature survives in unity, one dependent on the other. The man should understand nature and he too should work in unity without any restriction with others.

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