write the summary of the poem 'The Lake Isle of Innisfree' ?

The poet declares that he will arise and go to Innisfree, where he will build a small cabin of clay and wattles made. There, he will have nine bean-rows and a beehive, and live alone in the glade loud with the sound of bees (the bee-loud glade). He says that he will have peace there, for peace drops from the veils of morning to where the cricket sings. Midnight there is a glimmer, and noon is a purple glow, and evening is full of linnets wings. He declares again that he will arise and go, for always, night and day, he hears the lake water lapping with low sounds by the shore. While he stands in the city, on the roadway, or on the pavements grey, he hears the sound within himself, in the deep hearts core.
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The poet declares that he will arise and go to Innisfree, where he will build a small cabin of clay and wattles made. There, he will have nine bean-rows and a beehive, and live alone in the glade loud with the sound of bees (the bee-loud glade). He says that he will have peace there, for peace drops from the veils of morning to where the cricket sings. Midnight there is a glimmer, and noon is a purple glow, and evening is full of linnets wings. He declares again that he will arise and go, for always, night and day, he hears the lake water lapping with low sounds by the shore. While he stands in the city, on the roadway, or on the pavements grey, he hears the sound within himself, in the deep hearts core.
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lake of the innisfree

?I? here refer to the poet William Yeats. He says that he wants to go to Innisfree.Over there, he will build a small room for himself with clay and small sticks which are used to make the walls or the fences of the cabin. As he will need some food to eat also, so he will grow nine rows of beans near his room. Also, he will get the honey from the honey bee hive. He says that the open space, where he will build his room will be full of the buzzing sound of the bees an over there he will live all alone, in peace and tranquility.


In this stanza the poet says that when in Innisfree, he will feel peaceful, and he says that the feeling of peace is felt slowly and gradually. He describes how he would feel peaceful. In the morning time, when it is cloudy, and the view is not very clear, then it will appear as if the morning has worn a veil and has hidden itself. Looking at this scene will make him feel peaceful. Further he says that when the male cricket insect will sing a song, that sound will bring him at peace. Also, at midnight when he will see the twinkling stars in the open sky, their shine will give him peace. In the afternoon, when the sun light will give a purplish glow, it will also give him peace. During the evening, when he will see the linnet bird flying in the sky, then also he will feel peaceful.


In this stanza the poet says that now he will stand up and go to Innisfree because all the time, the sound of the lake waters striking the shore repeats in his mind. This sound attracts him towards the lake. Wherever he is ? either standing on the roadway or on the grey - coloured pavements, he hears the sound deep in the innermost part of his heart.

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lake of the innisfree

?I? here refer to the poet William Yeats. He says that he wants to go to Innisfree.Over there, he will build a small room for himself with clay and small sticks which are used to make the walls or the fences of the cabin. As he will need some food to eat also, so he will grow nine rows of beans near his room. Also, he will get the honey from the honey bee hive. He says that the open space, where he will build his room will be full of the buzzing sound of the bees an over there he will live all alone, in peace and tranquility.


In this stanza the poet says that when in Innisfree, he will feel peaceful, and he says that the feeling of peace is felt slowly and gradually. He describes how he would feel peaceful. In the morning time, when it is cloudy, and the view is not very clear, then it will appear as if the morning has worn a veil and has hidden itself. Looking at this scene will make him feel peaceful. Further he says that when the male cricket insect will sing a song, that sound will bring him at peace. Also, at midnight when he will see the twinkling stars in the open sky, their shine will give him peace. In the afternoon, when the sun light will give a purplish glow, it will also give him peace. During the evening, when he will see the linnet bird flying in the sky, then also he will feel peaceful.


In this stanza the poet says that now he will stand up and go to Innisfree because all the time, the sound of the lake waters striking the shore repeats in his mind. This sound attracts him towards the lake. Wherever he is ? either standing on the roadway or on the grey - coloured pavements, he hears the sound deep in the innermost part of his heart.
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The lake isle of innisfree is a place where the poet is wanting to go. There he will make a cabin of clay and mud and rattles too. He will live in peace and the sound of ?? (s) and water lapping at the sea shore.
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