- What does the poet mean when he says that he had saved some part of the day?
- What is the central idea of the poem dust and snow?
- What was the effect of the dust of snow on the poet?
- What is central idea of poem?
- Why did the poet rue earlier?
- What is the poet state of mind?
- What was saved for the poet?
- Why does the poet call it the dust of snow?
- Under which tree the poet was standing?
- What happened when the dust of snow fell on the poet How did it change his mood?
- What side of nature do Crow and hemlock represent?
- What has been saved and by what in the poem dust of snow?
- What was saved for the poet Class 10?
- Who saved the rest of the poet’s day?
- What do the Crow and hemlock Symbolise?
- What does dust of snow symbolize?
- What is the moral of the story dust of snow?
What does the poet mean when he says that he had saved some part of the day?
The poet said that he had saved some part of the day because he means that he had not ruined his whole day in the depressive thoughts that made him sad but recognise the reality and shook off all the bad thoughts which burdened him and saved the rest of his day that he can utilise it for a good dead..
What is the central idea of the poem dust and snow?
What is the central idea of the ‘Dust of Snow’? Ans : The poem expresses the significance of small things in changing one’s attitude. The poet appreciates the beauty of the snowflakes, which changed his mood and saved many precious moments from being wasted away. The crow shakes off the snow dust from the hemlock tree.
What was the effect of the dust of snow on the poet?
The dust of snow removed all the laziness of the poet. It saved the whole day of the poet. The poet was feeling laziness and he was not enjoying the day. And suddenly a crow flew away from the tree making the dust of snow fall on the poet.
What is central idea of poem?
The central idea or the theme of the poem is the comparison l ween the eternal, continuous and never-ending journey of the brook and the transitoriness of a man’s life. The brook overcomes many hurdles and struggles throughout its journey and keeps on moving.
Why did the poet rue earlier?
Answer: The dust of snow falling on the poet has changed his mood. The soft, cold touch of the snow changed the poet’s mood from rueful to joyous. A day that began with regrets changed into one of happiness after the dust of snow fell on him.
What is the poet state of mind?
The poet’s mind was full of stresses. So ,he thinks that the part of the day that he had already spend had been wasted and the remaining part of his day ,according to the poet would be swept by his mental toughness.
What was saved for the poet?
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.
Why does the poet call it the dust of snow?
“Dust of snow” refers to the tiny particles of snow. The particles are so small that poet referred to them as “dust”. The poet was in an awful mood when particles of snow had fallen on him. This changed the poet’s frame of mind instantly and his day got a lot better.
Under which tree the poet was standing?
hemlock treeAnswer: The poet was depressed and hopeless. He was in a state of sorrowful mood. As he was lost in thoughts, he was standing under the hemlock tree.
What happened when the dust of snow fell on the poet How did it change his mood?
This ‘Dust of Snow” changed the poet’s mood. The poet’s mood changed from that of dismay to joy. He was holding the day in regret when this dust of snow fell on him and this simple little thing brought him some joy.
What side of nature do Crow and hemlock represent?
‘Crow’ is a black, harsh-voiced bird and ‘hemlock’ is a tree with poisonous bitter fruit. Both are not beautiful. They represent the dark, depressive, sorrowful and bitter side of nature.
What has been saved and by what in the poem dust of snow?
When the dust of snow falls on poet from a hemlock tree, It has changed poet’s mood from Negative to positive from sadness to joy. Dust of snow after falling on him has completely saved his day.
What was saved for the poet Class 10?
When the soft and cold snow fell on the poet, it changed his mood from the state of sadness to happiness. He started feeling soothed (peaceful and refreshed). This simple incident helped him enjoy the remaining part of the day. He, thus, became happy as it saved his rest of the day from being wasted and held in regret.
Who saved the rest of the poet’s day?
ruingAnswer: The rest of the day of poet was saved from ruing as he had started feeling happy and refresh. The poet’s mood gets changed the falling of dust of snow on him.
What do the Crow and hemlock Symbolise?
The crow and the hemlock tree represent sorrow. The dust of snow that is shaken off the hemlock tree by the crow stands for joy that Frost experiences. He has, therefore, used an unconventional tree and bird in order to contrast them with joy in the form of snow.
What does dust of snow symbolize?
the “dust of snow” represent healing power of nature. Explanation: 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.
What is the moral of the story dust of snow?
Dear Student, The poem teaches us the non-permanence of sorrow and happiness. It must be remembered that happiness is always round the corner. …