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Central Idea of the poem The Brook




The brook has its origin in the haunts of aterfol and passing swiftly don the hill and flowing through the valley with its characteristics noise , it runs by philip’s farm to join the river over flowing with its banks. It passes across many villages or small tons here and there ,chattering over stony ays , forming eddies at intervals , wearing away its banks or adoring them with plants of various kids. Human life is uncertain, but the brook is an eternal thing od nature running on for ever with its inexhaustible life and joy in the midst of grief and destruction that are the inevitable lot of humanity .The brook follows it course uninterrupted in a zigzag fashion with blossoms and fishes and ripples on its bosom .It sports with the sunshine now passing into it , now away from it. Its flow is rapid in some places and gentle in others and it flows on to join the broad river unmindful of the changes that come over human life or its banks.
Central Idea
Human life is precious , full of chances and sufferings , but nature is endowed with an inexhaustible fund of life and joy. Objects of the nature are eternal .Human being cease to exist after some time but a brook continues flowing forever Different races inhabit its banks under different conditions of life as time passes on , but the same brook flows on unchanged in the midst of such changes ,mutation and decay .

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