Rajat Jain

Freshman - 548 Points (6th April 1980 / New Delhi)

Elizabeth Benett (Pride And Prejudice) - Poem by Rajat Jain

Critics became Slave of her
by seeing her elusive, indefinable charm

Serious, witty, Practical Dear
Women of Integrity, honour and warm

Judge people with action and words
Observe gestures on their face

Never ridicule at any good or wise
Win people's faith with her ace

Please others with neat replies
Delightful creature ever appeared in print

Inspired people to be wise
No character can be like her and there's no hint.

Topic(s) of this poem: happiness, love, love and art, love and friendship, love and life, peace


Comments about Elizabeth Benett (Pride And Prejudice) by Rajat Jain

  • Souren Mondal (11/10/2015 2:26:00 AM)


    Admittedly Lizzy Bennet is perhaps Jane Austen's most famous character and a beautiful one... You have done well to talk about her very nicely.. Thank you for sharing :) (Report) Reply

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