The Snake Trying
In the poem ,the poet tries to say that all snakes are not poisonous. Some them are quite harmless.
It is foolish to kill a snake as soon as we see it. Even if a snake is poisonous, it will do us no harm if it dosen’t see any danger from us . A snake always bites in self protection only.
Otherwise, it is an harmless as any other creature. But sadly human beings always try to kill a snake as soon as they see it.
Q. What is the snake trying to do ?
A. It is trying to escape.
Q. What is it trying to escape from?
A. It is trying to escape from the pursuing stick.
Q. How is it trying to escape?
A. It is trying to escape with sudden curving of its long thin body.
Q. What does the poet think about the shapes of snake?
A. He thinks they are beautiful and graceful.
Q. Where does the snake go and why?
A. The snake goes through the water to save itself from the sroke.
Q. Where was he lying?
A. He was lying along the sand.
Q. What happened when he was observed?
A. He was chased away.
Q. Where does he vanished?
A. He vanished among the reeds.
Q. Which colour are the reeds?
A. The reeds are green.
ANSWERS OF THE TEXT BOOK
Q. What is the snake trying to escape from?
A. It is trying to escape from the stroke of a stick.
Q. It is a harmful snake? What is its clour?
A. The snake is not harmful even to small children. It is of green colour.
Q. The poets finds the snake beautiful. Find the words he uses to convey its beauty.
A. He says that its curving shapes look beautiful and graceful.
Q. What does the poet wish for the snake?
A. The poet wishes the snake to escape unhurt.
Q. Where was the snake before anyone saw it and chased it away? Where does the snake disappear?
A. The snake had been lying along the sandy bank. It disappears in the ripples among the reeds.