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  1. When we are told to hate our brothers, we should know that by hating others we are hating ourselves. We will not cause destruction for others but for ourselves. Read summary of this poem.

    When we are told to hate our brothers, we should know that by hating others we are hating ourselves. We will not cause destruction for others but for ourselves.

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  1. The theme of the poem No Men are Foreign is universal brotherhood, fraternity, equality and oneness. The very first line of the poem "no men are foreign, no countries strange" depicts that the poet talks about the above mentioned theme. According to him, we humans are one, we have the same body, samRead more

    The theme of the poem No Men are Foreign is universal brotherhood, fraternity, equality and oneness. The very first line of the poem “no men are foreign, no countries strange” depicts that the poet talks about the above mentioned theme.

    According to him, we humans are one, we have the same body, same body parts, same emotions, same food, same earth, same air, water and sunlight, same desires (peace), same hate (against wars). Hence we should treat each other like our brothers rather than “others”.

    The worst enemy of humans on earth is war. War occurs because of hate and nationalism. We have divided ourselves into borders and consider people from other countries as strangers. This coldness takes away the innocence of the human heart. Hence we should promote fraternity and brotherhood.

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  1. According to the poet, we live on the same earth, share the same resources, have same air, water and sunlight. We all live on a single land. Hence there are no foreign countries. Read summary of this poem.

    According to the poet, we live on the same earth, share the same resources, have same air, water and sunlight. We all live on a single land. Hence there are no foreign countries.

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  1. The poet has seen the dread effects of World War II. This poem somehow reflects this experience. In the poem, the poet tells what the war would lead. According to him, we are all same and hence we should treat everybody equally. Next he says that hate leads to wars which are the cause of destructionRead more

    The poet has seen the dread effects of World War II. This poem somehow reflects this experience. In the poem, the poet tells what the war would lead. According to him, we are all same and hence we should treat everybody equally. Next he says that hate leads to wars which are the cause of destruction. Universal brotherhood, according to the poet, is the only solution for a better world.

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  1. Our hatred against each other and ignorance because of nationalism leads to the outrage of innocence of air. Read summary of this poem.

    Our hatred against each other and ignorance because of nationalism leads to the outrage of innocence of air.

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  1. By defiling earth, we cause death and destruction. The innocences of air and the beauty of nature is ruined and we are left in a doomed world. Read summary of this poem.

    By defiling earth, we cause death and destruction. The innocences of air and the beauty of nature is ruined and we are left in a doomed world.

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  1. Hells of fire refers to hate and the destruction caused by it. Dust refers to ignorance because of hate. Read summary of this poem.

    Hells of fire refers to hate and the destruction caused by it. Dust refers to ignorance because of hate.

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