R Tagore | Let Me Not Forget | Analytical Study

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R Tagore | Let Me Not Forget | Analytical Study

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Rabindranath Tagore’s Poem ‘Let Me Not Forget’-An Analytical Study

The theme of the poem “Let Me Not Forget” by Rabindranath Tagore deals with the speaker’s longing to meet a specific person and the fear of forgetting their presence. The speaker acknowledges that if it is not their destiny to meet this person in their current life, they want to constantly feel the pain of missing them. The speaker expresses a desire to carry the sorrow of this longing in their dreams and wakeful hours, emphasizing the significance of this person’s absence in their life.

The poem employs the literary device of repetition to convey the intensity of the speaker’s longing and their fear of forgetting. The phrases “let me not forget for a moment” and “let me carry the pangs of this sorrow in my dreams and in my wakeful hours” are repeated throughout the poem, reinforcing the speaker’s plea to constantly remember and feel the pain of their unfulfilled desire.

The poem further explores different situations where the speaker wants to be reminded of this absence. Whether in the bustling market, where their hands grow full with daily profits, or when they sit tired and panting by the roadside, or even during joyful moments of celebration in their decorated rooms, the speaker wants to feel the weight of this sorrow and remember that they have not met this person. This conveys the depth of their longing and their fear of forgetting the significance of this absence.

Overall, “Let Me Not Forget” delves into themes of longing, regret, and the fear of forgetting someone’s presence. The poem employs repetition to emphasize the intensity of the speaker’s desire to constantly remember and feel the pain of this absence. It explores the emotional weight of unfulfilled longing and the longing to be reminded of what is missing in their life. 0 0 0

R Tagore Let Me Not Forget Analytical Study

N.B. The article ‘R Tagore Let Me Not Forget Analytical Study’ originally belongs to the book ‘Analytical Studies of Selected Poems of Rabindranath Tagore‘ by Menonim Menonimus.

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