- 1 What is the central idea of the poem rain in summer?
- 2 Who is the poet of poem rain in summer?
- 3 How does the poet describe the rain in summer?
- 4 Why is rain welcomed in summer?
- 5 How beautiful is the rain poetic devices?
- 6 Why is the rain welcome?
- 7 Why is the rain like a tramp of hoofs?
- 8 Why does the poet find the rain beautiful?
- 9 How does the poet describe the rain?
- 10 Which two words or phrases does the poet use to describe the rain?
- 11 Does everyone welcome the rain in summer?
- 12 What question does the poet ask the rain?
- 13 Why is the rain a blessing to the sick man?
- 14 Why is the pool called treacherous?
- 15 Why does the poet compare the rain water to a river?
What is the central idea of the poem rain in summer?
Themes: Beauty of Nature
Simply stated, this poem is a celebration of the beauty of nature in one of its simplest forms: a rain shower. Longfellow chronicles this through descriptions of rolling clouds, the ”vapors that arise” from the soil and fields of grain that ”bend their tops” to the rain drops.
Who is the poet of poem rain in summer?
Featured Poem: Rain In Summer by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
How does the poet describe the rain in summer?
Answer. Answer: The rain, the welcome rain! In these lines, the poet is describes how it looks like when the rain falls on the window pane, and how swift and wider the gutters look, as they are full of rain water, and filled with mud it looks like a river roaring down.
Why is rain welcomed in summer?
This poem begins with a description of rain following a dry, hot climate, maybe a summer day. It is a “welcome” rain, meaning the land had been too dry, the weather too hot. Of course, the farmer welcomes the rain because it will help his crops to grow and helps him to make a living.
How beautiful is the rain poetic devices?
The poem “How Beautiful is the Rain!” by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow is written in stichic as opposed to stanzaic form. There are several instances of alliteration (repetition of a consonant sound) in the poem, including “rapid and rushing river”, “fenceless fields”, and “dry grass drier grain”.
Why is the rain welcome?
Answer. the rain is welcomed by the earthlings because it cures the alment of a person and also quenches the thirst of land plants and trees etc nature carries the rain to bless the fields and valley.
Why is the rain like a tramp of hoofs?
Answer: he compare it with the hoofs of the horse to, give us an image of the rhythm and sound of the droplets on the roof.
Why does the poet find the rain beautiful?
Why does the poet say that the rain is beautiful? The poet says that the rain is beautiful because it comes in the hot summer and settles the dust in the air and cools the heat. Which are the places where the rain falls? The rain falls in the narrow lanes and the hot streets.
How does the poet describe the rain?
In the poem, the poet describes the rain to have descended from the heaven as if been delivered to the nature by the hands of God. The rain has been compared to the pearls embedded in the crown of Ishtar (the goddess of fertility, love, war and sex), plucked by the daughter of Dawn.
Which two words or phrases does the poet use to describe the rain?
Answer: The phrase “strange to tell” means that it is quite strange for the poet to believe and express in words that the soft-falling rain replied to his question. At the beginning of the poem, the poet inquires the rain about its identity, to which the rain replies that it is the ‘Poem of Earth’.
Does everyone welcome the rain in summer?
Ans. Yes, everyone welcomes the rain in summer. v.
What question does the poet ask the rain?
Answer: In the poem ‘The Voice of the Rain’ by Walt Whitman, the poet asked the rain “And who art thou?” meaning “Who are you?”. He asked the rain to give its introduction and identity because he wanted to know its origin and the purpose that it served in the world.
Why is the rain a blessing to the sick man?
Answer: The sick man sees the rain as a blessing.. a cooling, soothing effect on the outside world.
Why is the pool called treacherous?
Answer. Answer: The treacherous is the place where all human visit once it is treacherous pool because it is was named after its founder named Alex treacherous.
Why does the poet compare the rain water to a river?
Answer. Answer: He expressed the beauty of the gutter when it is full of rainy water and its sound as a river when it flows in the gutter. He described how the rain brings the peace in the days of dust and heat in the summer season.