Sarojini Naidu is also well acclaimed for her contribution to poetry. Her poetry had beautiful words that could also be sung. In 1905, the first volume of her collection of poems was published as The Golden Threshold. Two more volumes were published: The Bird of Time (1912) and The Broken Wing in (1917). Later, her The Wizard Mask and A Treasury of Poems were published. In 1961 her daughter, Padmaja published a collection of her previously unpublished poems under the title, The Feather of the Dawn.
Naidu writes: :Shall hope prevail where clamorous hate is rife,Shall sweet love prosper or high dreams have placeAmid the tumult of reverberant strife'Twixt ancient creeds, 'twixt race and ancient race,That mars the grave, glad purposes of life,Leaving no refuge save thy succoring face?
Naidu said, '"When there is oppression, the only self-respecting thing is to rise and say this shall cease today, because my right is justice."Naidu adds, "If you are stronger, you have to help the weaker boy or girl both in play and in the work."
Without offending, would like to add the following:
Her sweet name before marriage was Sarojini Devi, which many prefer. She was the real Nightingale of India. She is aptly called so, for almost all her songs are born from exquisite tunes. Their rich musical content has not yet been appreciated enough. Queen Gulnar's Daughter, Coromandel Fishers and The Indian Weavers are just three of her exquisite musical pieces. Imagine a thirteen year old girl sitting on a cattamaran in the Bay of Bengal playing and enjoying the rhythm of the tides and waves! That is how Coromandel Fishers happened. She is equalled in tunes, only by Rabindranadha Tagore, another Bengali and the National Poet of India.
Barbara Bush (1925-2018) was the First Lady of the US, wife of President George H.W. Bush (41st US President), and mother of George W. Bush (43rd US President). She was born Barbara Pierce on June 8, 1925 and died April 17, 2018, age 92.
The younger Barbara Pierce Bush is her granddaughter, son George W. Bush Jr.'s daughter, born with twin sister Jenna Bush (Yager) on November 25, 1981.
Although Charles Dickens had become a popular writer, publishing works such as "The Pickwick Papers" in instalments over a series of magazines, his first real success was "A Christmas Carol", published on 19 December 1843, with thousands of copies being sold before Christmas Eve that year.
Eleanor Roosevelt wrote the newspaper column called "My Day" from 1935 until 1962. She was very diligent and worked on the column six days a week. The column, giving insight into her both her public and private life, was read by millions.
Lady Catherine offers an interesting counterpoise to Mrs Bennet.
The Bennet family and the Darcy family have certain things in common. One of these things is that Wickham tried to elope with girls in both. Another, which does not come to attention until Lizzy makes a point of it, is that despite the difference in wealth, the two families are of the same social class. But another, and it is very important, is that the faults Darcy sees in Mrs Bennet are reflected in abundance by his mother's sister.
It would be interesting to know what goes through Darcy's mind as he contemplates the fact that his family is really no better than the Bennets in any way aside from wealth. He loves his sister, and so he must forgive Lydia at least to some degree. He has complained about Mrs Bennet, but must live with the fact that Lady Catherine travelled some distance to confront Lizzy over a rumor of their engagement. Ultimately, the fact that he has to contemplate these things is important to overcoming his own foolish unwillingness to see Lizzy as an equal.
My guess would be: Free Love
By all means they try to hold me secure who love me in this world.
But it is otherwise with thy love which is greater than theirs,
and thou keepest me free.
Lest I forget them they never venture to leave me alone.
But day passes by after day and thou art not seen.
If I call not thee in my prayers, if I keep not thee in my heart,
thy love for me still waits for my love.
Where did Romeo and Juilet first meet
The Mirror of the Times is the first black paper in California), published in San Francisco, CA by Melvin Gibb
The California Eagle which began in 1879 as The Owl.
Metaphor -- an imaginative comparison NOT using "like" or "as." It is implied or outright stated that one thing IS the other.
a) "The moon was a ghostly galleon tossed upon cloudy seas" (from Noyes' "The Highwayman") Two metaphors here!
Charlotte Doyle has carefully combed hair and milk white skin and a clean silky dress and soft hands at begin of the story. Later in the story Charlotte's hair will be cut ragged and short, her face will be tan as any sailor's, her hands will be calloused and tarred from handling ropes and sails, she'll be wearing pants and a rough sailor shirt.
The book of Ecclesiastes from the bible, and some of Revelations
That would be lost in history. Karate can be documented back in to the early 1800's and martial arts back many centuries. The various arts were blended and became karate on Okinawa in the late 1800's. Matsamora is considered by many to be the first known instructor.
team color socks or just white
might want some batting gloves
maybe a few softballs for home practice
Maybe if you don't want hit in the face when your practicing with your child some practice golf balls which are wiffle balls
maybe if you don't want your child hit a face protector
Can't verify the authenticity of this answer, but an Everton Website states that they had the first in the Britain back in May 1958. http://www.toffeeweb.com/club/goodison/gp-records.asp
The longest softball game took place from June 1st to 6th in Caronno Pertusella, a small town near Milan, Italy.
Two coed teams, named Fettuccine and Tortellini, played for 120 hours (the equivalent of five days). The participants were men and women ranging from ages starting at 20 to over 60 years old. In total there were 54 players from nine countries: Bulgaria, Cuba, France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Slovenia, Spain, and Venezuela.
The event was organized by the local softball club AB Caronno Softball Rheavendors in co-operation with Gruppo Alpini (www.abcaronno.it).
The record is certified by the World Records Award (WRA), and recognized by the International Softball Federation, European Softball Federation and Italian Baseball and Softball Federation.
According to skateboard.about.com, skateboarding was invented in the 1950s so the skateboard would have been invented at that time.
in 1920's when little kids used to make soap box cars but they kept falling apart so they rode around on the boards that were left.
Well, skateboards were invented in the 1960's.Modern skateboards didn't come around until the 1980's. It also depends on the type of skateboard since there are numerous types for different uses and kinds of tricks.
Leanardo Da Vinci invented the ''Gliding Machine''
double dutch was a game that was played in the streets then a man named david a walker invented a double dutch league that is now called the national double dutch league or"NDDL". A tournament is held every year the first Sunday in December at the world famous Apollo theater in Harlem New York.
The Saints' first regular season home game in the Superdome was September 28, 1975 against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Saints lost 21-0.
Lala Amarnath scored 118 in the second innings of India v England Test that began on 15 December 1933 in Bombay (now Mumbai), which was India's second Test ever.
October 16, 2005 at the Alamodome in San Antonio. The Saints lost 34-31.
The Saints' first 'home' game of the season was played against the Carolina Panthers at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford. They split their other seven home games between the Alamodome and Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge.
I am not sure which report you saw; every year, there are polls and surveys about the best first ladies of all time. According to many sources, the most popular first ladies include Dolly Madison, Eleanor Roosevelt, Jacqueline Kennedy, and Betty Ford. Some sources also list Laura Bush and Michelle Obama as very popular. The most influential first ladies include Abigail Adams, Dolly Madison, Sarah Polk, Eleanor Roosevelt, Betty Ford, and Rosalynn Carter.