Everyone Sang Questions & Answers

Hi Everyone!! This article will share Everyone Sang Questions & Answers.

In my previous posts, I have shared the questions and answers of Uncle Shams, Bahlol and A Misspelled Tale so, you can check these posts as well.

Everyone Sang Questions & Answers

Question 1: Where do you think the people in the poem are:

Answer: The people in the poem are in a war zone, probably in a trench.

Question 2: What composition does the poet make in the first stanza?

Answer: In the first stanza, the poet says his feeling of delight in the singing is just the same as imprisoned birds must feel when suddenly being able to fly in the open air.

Question 3: How did beauty come?

Answer: Beauty came, like the setting Sun.

Question 4: What did the poet feel when he heard the singing?

Answer: When he heard the singing, the poet felt that his heart ‘was shaken with tears’.

Question 5: What feeling left the poet when he heard the singing?

Answer: The feeling of the horror of the war left the poet when he heard the singing.

Question 6: Which words and phrases does the poet use to get across the idea that the birds are actually free?

Answer: The words and phrases the poet uses to get across the idea that the birds are actually free are: ‘Winging wildly across the white/ Orchards and dark fields’ and ‘on-on-on and out of sight’.

Question 7: Can you find a rhyming pattern in the poem?

Answer: Rhyming pattern in the poem is – abcbb.

Question 8: Read the lines and answer the questions:

My heart was shaken with tears; and horror Drifted away…

(i) Why was the speaker’s heart shaken with tears? Was he unhappy?

Answer: His heart was shaken with tears when he heard the singing and ‘beauty came like the setting Sun’. No, he was not unhappy, but filled with delight.

(ii) What made the horror drift away?

Answer: The singing made the horror drift away.

So, these were the Questions & Answers.

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