September 23, 2010 Leave a comment
In english class, we have read the poem A Father To His Son by Carl Sandburg. This poem really caught my interest because it talks about how a father gives advice to his son about life.
My favorite line from the poem is “Let him have lazy days seeking his deeper motives.”
I like this line because this line talks about how laziness is somehow useful in our lives.
When we are bored and lazy, we often are very silent. During this silence, we are forced to think about our lives.
While thinking about our lives we sometimes make the most important decisions that would lead us to either greatness or failure. This proves how lazy days impact our lives in a very big scale.