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Cheese is to eat as shirt is to wear.
Invisible is to see as unattainable is to reach.
Rigid is to flexible as contained is to infinite. It is because rigid is antonym (opposite) of flexible. Similarly contained means limited while infinite refers to unlimited.
Paper is to thin as flea is to tiny. Flea is a very small and thin insect which feeds on blood of mammals and birds.
The central idea of the poem Wind is that problems are part and parcel of every human being, They will always come and torture us. Those who face them boldly succeed and prosper in their lives who those who are weak and lack courage, fail miserably. Hence we should always be ready to face problems aRead more
The message of the poem Wind is that problems and challenges in our lives are like wind i.e. mighty, everlasting and trouble-making. We cannot stop them. Hence, we should make ourselves strong and bold. We should have courage enough to face them. Those who lack courage and will power fail in their lRead more
The main theme of the poem problems in our lives are like wind. They will come to us all the time. We cannot stop them or escape them. We have to face them and bear the hardships. There are people who are weak and frail. They don't have goals in their life nor will power or confidence to face theseRead more
Following literary devices have been used in the poem Wind: Metaphor: It is a figure of speech in which a word or phrase is applied to an object or action to which it is not literally applicable. In the poem Wind is a metaphor as it symbolises challenges that humans face in their lives. PersonificatRead more
In the poem Wind by Subramania Bharati, Wind symbolises challenges, problems, difficulties and hurdles which we face in our life. Read summary of this poem.
Subramania Bharati is the poet of the poem Wind. However it was originally written in Tamil Language. It was translated into English by A.K. Ramanujan. Read summary of this poem.