In this post, I am sharing 1st Year English Loveliest of Trees, The Cherry Now Poem complete notes for the students of Class 11. These complete notes contain, Urdu translation, explanation of stanzas, short questions with answers, and solved MCQs. Notes belong to kips notes. I have previously shared these notes separately. So, if you want to read these notes online and do not want to download them, the relevant notes are here:
1st Year English Poem 3 Loveliest of Trees, The Cherry Now by A. E. Housman Complete Notes PDF
Loveliest of trees, the charry now is a beautiful poem written by A. E. Housman and included in the syllabus of 1st Year English Book 3 at No.3. I have shared the complete notes file above. Students can read it online or they can download it by pressing the Download PDF button.
Main Idea of the Poem
In this poem, the poet has depicted the beauty, loveliness, and splendour of nature. He is captivated by the alluring beauty of Cherry. The poet has been enjoying every bloom of cherry in the previous 20 years. However, he feels unsatisfied and mourns his short life. The poem concludes that “Nature is beautiful, but life is short to enjoy it”.
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