His life was just like his poem "let life be beautiful like summer flowers and death like autumn leaves." He was a great poet from India and the first Asian to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. His works influenced the generation of literary masters such as Xu Zhimo and Xie Wanying. Zheng Zhenduo, the translator of his works, was afraid that his words could not retain the unique beauty and implicit charm in his poems. Our class held "living like summer flowers" theme reading poem meeting. Teachers and students enjoy Tagore's "Crescent", "Stray Birds" and other works, appreciating the beautifully quiet in it.
Rabindranath Tagore was an optimist. He had a unique understanding of death. In his autobiography, tagore wrote, "Death does not darken existence any more than the sky does the wings of a bird blue." He thinks that the immortal life is revealed in the form of joy, and the alias of this joy is love. The prophet's words "all things are born out of joy, and are bred in joy, and come in joy, and end in joy" is actually a hymn of love, which is, "The universe is born out of love, and is raised in love, and comes in love, and ends in love." These bright warm tones are also imprinted into the poem.
"Every child comes with the message
that the God is not yet discouraged of man."
"Once we dreamt that we were strangers.
We wake up to find that we were dear to each other."
"His own mornings are new surprises to God."
Full of warmth, hope and tolerance, these lines admonish people not to read strangers and gods with malice, knowing that the prize for love is an equally loving heart.
Tagore was also a romantic, portraying fantastic images and words that touched the heart with the poet's peculiar delicacy.
"The hills are like shouts of children
who raises their arms, trying to catch the star."
"The evening sky to me is like a window,
and a lighted lamp, and a waiting behind it."
In his poems, mountains, rivers and trees seem to have life, moving or quiet, or naughty catching the stars, or deep waiting. The natural scenery is a vivid picture, reading the poem as if we were there.
"My heart beats her waves at the shore of the world
and writes upon it her signature in tears with the world
I love these"
"You smiled and talked to me of nothing
and I felt that for this I had been waiting long"
"The fish in the water is silent
The animal on the earth is noisy
The bird in the air is singing
But man has in him the silence of the sea
and noise of the earth and the music of the air"
He was always able to express human emotions with poetic beauty.
Tagore's poem is beautiful, but also full of wisdom and philosophy. Whether it is "if you shed tears when you miss the sun, you also miss the stars", or "we read the world wrong and say that it deceives us." can we know that he is able to use the shortest words to express the profound truth. From his autobiography about soul, individual and talk about the problems of the universe, the realization of the infinite can we also see its exceptional depth of thought.
Tagore also has a great characteristic in his poems, which he is good at using children's language to express. For example, in chapters such as "Golden Flower" and "Paper Boat" in "New Moon", children's sentimental attachment to their mother and naive images of children playing appear on the paper.
He once said, "A poet is a poet only when his own thoughts bring joy to all mankind." Joy is not in the form. Busy is a kind of joy. Peace is also a kind of joy. Joy tomusicians to create a business Angle and the palace architects create joy so with pavilions. tagore created joy, so half a century, thousands of readers would look at these poems.
At the end of The Stray Birds tagore wrote, "Let this be my last word, that I trust thy love ." He is just such a great man, always with love and faith, and he used his life to spread the love and faith to the world.
I believe that class can also find the charm behind the poem "living like summer flowers, dying like autumn leaves".