Describe a line that you remember from a poem or song
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Sample Answer Describe a line that you remember from a poem or song.
In this contemporary world, folks need motivation, and that motivation is generally taken from poems or stories. Here I would like to talk about a poem that motivated me very much and this helps me to work smart and as well as hard. Some lines of this poem are extraordinarily important. The name of this poem is " Arambh hai prachand" and the line which I like the most is "Man kare so pran de jo man kare so pran le , yahi to veer ka praman hai". Its meaning is "the evidence of power is that a warrior can take or give away the life at his own will.
This poem is written by Mr. Piyush Goyal, one of the renowned Hindi poets and writers. Also, it is not a part of a book or a sequence of poems but was written by him as a single entity. Nextly, I came to know about this poem when I was attending an interview with the staff selection board and one of the aspirants told me that he listens to Mr. Piyush Goyel very often.
Moreover, he recited the entire poem for everyone and it touched my heart. Furthermore, when I came back to my home, I listened to it again and again and this poem became my favorite one. Whenever this line is played in the song I feel very enthusiastic. In addition to enthusiasm a feeling of working hard and becoming someone who can control the situation with his action develops inside me, As I have not achieved much in my life, therefore, the feeling of doing something where both good and bad should be in my hand inculcate inside me.
This line also makes me realize that the choice between good and bad is totally between me. I am the one who should be deciding that the one who is in front of me is my enemy or my family and whether I have to tackle them or I have to sacrifice for them should be purely my choice. This ability to control the will can make me the best personality in the world. That's all