Sonnet: How To Study Best

A student’s duty’s learning prime, of course;
Enough of time must be ear-marked for this;
Studying must be by self-interest, not force;
All other things, he need not howev’r miss.

Whenev’r you learn, you put your heart and soul;
The two are synchronously done in life;
Distractions should not be your life’s main goal;
They can put persons off gear very rife.

Manage your precious time quite prudently;
Though time is fixed, all things must find a place;
Planning helps one study efficiently;
In everything one cannot be an ace!

Manage your time and let it not bug you;
And distribute it for all things you do.

by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D.,

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Thank You.