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Tuesday, December 27, 2011

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-----> Aku ingat lagi masa aku sekolah menengah dulu kan ada "Oral Test English"...masa 2, aku form3..teacher soh kitorg cari jer ape2 story, poem or anything else tapi make sure in English ler kan...Then, kena hafal. Ikut turn sape yg kena panggil kt depan then cakap pe yg nak di sampaikan hehehe...

-----> Aku masa tue buntu jgk nak pilih tajuk pe....Aku baring2 atas katil masa tue (dok hostel) then aku pun terbuka lah buku English Literature..aku selak sehelai demi sehelai, ku tgk tajuk sume poem...Suddenly, aku tertarik & suka ngan poem THE DEAD CROW by A.Samad Said....Setahu aku masa tue, karya A.Samad Said sume hebat2 belaka..So, lastly aku pilih poem nie...hafal ler hafal dgn penuh feeling hahaha...Jgn tiba kat depan otak aku jg fill in the blank sdh...

-----> Hurm, teacher pagl aku kat depan (dup dap dup dap) bunyi jangtung aku...nerves & malu jgk aku walaupun aku sekolah perempuan sume hehehe...aku sekolah perempuan form1-3 jer...form4 aku tukar sekolah..Starting yg baik kihkihkih....sampai kt tgh2 aku lupa sekejap hahaha...blurrrr aku nak sambung pe...Lastly, aku ingt balik...nerves punyer pasal, gabra jgk aku...Lepas hbs turn aku, fuhhhh lega giler....

-----> sib bek teacher baik, bg marks kt aku pun baik jgk hehehe...hurmm, ingt lagi nama teacher ni Madam Mary Anne..Thank You Teacher..Skrg klu x silap aku, ye dah x mengajar kat sekolah lama aku tue...x tahu plak ye pergi sekolah mana...pe2 pun I wish u All the best for u life..

-----> Sampai skrg poem ni still aku ingt..begitu memberi kesan yg mendalam hehehe....

The Dead Crow
A. Samad Said
A. Samad Said was born in 1935 in Malacca. He completed
his education in Singapore, which was still part of Malaya then.
At a very young age, he enjoyed reading English novels and adventure stories.

His interest in writing  began when he worked as an editor
at Utusan Melayu, a Malay-language newspaper. From 1954,
he wrote and published many short stories dealing with Malay
society and national issues. It has been said that A. Samad Said
got many ideas for his stories by observing people and things while
riding the bus or standing on street corners.

Salina, his first novel, won him the S.E.A Writer’s Award in 1979.
Other honours include the National Literary Award in 1985 and
the ASEAN Award in 1993. Many of A. Samad Said’s works have
been translated into English, among the poem The Dead Crow.



Themes
* Environmental pollution is a serious threat to health and life.
* There is a need for environmental preservation.
* Development must be planned so that a clean environment is
preserved for future generations.

Moral Values 

* We must take steps to preserve our environment.
* We must leave a pollution-free environment for our children and future generations.
* Politicians and capitalists must take action to preserve the environment.

2 comments:

  1. my 4rate poem too...part yang paling suka he saw an old man gasping for air..lagi satu poem jgn lupe form 1...tomorrow n tomorrow... cube teka poem ape tu..hihihi

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