What are the poet’s beliefs and dreams in ‘I Believe’?

QuestionsWhat are the poet’s beliefs and dreams in ‘I Believe’?
Neha asked 7 years ago

What are the many things that the poet believes she can do in the poem ‘I Believe’ by Brucellish K Sangma? Or, What are her dreams expressed in the poem? Or, What do the phrases ‘I believe’ and ‘I can’ signify?

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Staff answered 7 years ago

The poet Brucellish Sangma in her poem ‘I Believe’ has expressed her beliefs and aspirations to inspire others through repeated use of the phrases “I believe” and “I can”. She believes that she can reach great and unachievable heights in this life. She also believes that she can explore this world, draw out the good human qualities, valuable resources and gems from every corner of this world, and adorn and improve herself with those. She believes she can do almost everything she wants and no barrier can stop her in her mission.

Her dream is to achieve great success in what she does and place herself among the great people who have achieved the status of human angels.

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