- What was the saved for the poet?
- What happened to the poet under the hemlock tree?
- What do the Crow and hemlock Symbolise?
- Why does the poet describe the wood as yellow?
- Who Shook the hemlock tree?
- What does a hemlock tree signify?
- What side of nature do Crow and hemlock represent?
- Why does the poet mention hemlock tree?
- Where did poets stand?
- How does the poet react to crow and hemlock tree?
- Why does the poet feel sorry?
- Why does the traveler feel sorry?
What was the saved for the poet?
Answer: Explanation: Poet saved his rest of the day by becoming happy by the small thing happened around him.
When the crow flew from the hamlog tree the dust of snow fell on him and he got happy by small insurence happening with him..
What happened to the poet under the hemlock tree?
Answer. Explanation: When the poet was passing near the hemlock tree an ugly crow shook the snow dust off the tree . This changed the poet’s mood and he forgot his distress because he took it positively.
What do the Crow and hemlock Symbolise?
The crow and hemlock tree represent sorrow and depression felt by the poet in this materialistic world. The dust of snow is the symbol of natural joy and energy.
Why does the poet describe the wood as yellow?
‘ from the poem ‘The Road Not Taken,’ the poet Robert Frost calls the wood as ‘the yellow wood. ‘ This is a reference to the autumn season when the leaves of all trees turn yellow or orange and fall down to the earth. As a result, the wood appears yellow as it is covered with yellow and orange colored leaves.
Who Shook the hemlock tree?
A crow shook the hemlock tree.
What does a hemlock tree signify?
Hemlock is a poisonous tree with white evergreen throughout the winter. Both symbolise the dark, depressive, sorrowful and bitter side of nature.
What side of nature do Crow and hemlock represent?
darkAnswer. The crow and the hemlock tree in the poem Dust of snow written by Robert Frost represent the dark side of nature along with a depressive, sorrowful and bitter side. The crow is a bird that is dark and comes with a dark pitched voice. Similarly, the hemlock teed is poisonous and gives bitter fruit.
Why does the poet mention hemlock tree?
Also, the poet has written about a hemlock tree, which is a poisonous tree. He has not written about a more beautiful tree such as a maple, or oak, or pine because these trees symbolise beauty and happiness. Frost wanted to symbolise the feelings of sadness and regret, which is why he has used a hemlock tree.
Where did poets stand?
Hemlock treeThe poet was standing under the Hemlock tree.
How does the poet react to crow and hemlock tree?
Answer: Normally, people thought both crow and hemlock tree are auspicious. But when the dust of snow from hemlock tree fell on poet, he took it in other way. He was depressed and sorrowful but the moment the crow shook the hemlock tree and dust of snow fell on him, he felt unburdened and relieved.
Why does the poet feel sorry?
Answer: The poet is feeling sorry because he could not travel both the roads. The mood of the poet is regretful and thoughtful.
Why does the traveler feel sorry?
In this poem, the poet feels sorry for because he could not travel both the roads. In the poem, the poet’s mood is regretful and thoughtful. The poet in the poem is in a dilemma because he had to choose a road to which will lead him to success.