The poem ‘What a Bird Thought’ is a narration by a bird, wherein it describes the experience of growing up and the way it sees the world. In the first stanza, the bird talks about how well it used to live in a little house that was small, round and made of light-coloured shell.
- 1 What is the bird thought?
- 2 How was the bird first house?
- 3 What did the bird see when it fluttered from the nest?
- 4 Which bird is referred to in this poem?
- 5 Where does the little bird fly?
- 6 Why did the bird fly out of the nest?
- 7 Which is your Favourite bird and why?
- 8 Why do birds fly back to their nest in evening?
- 9 Which bird is busy in building a home according to the poem the bird sanctuary?
- 10 Who do you think taught the birds to build a nest answer?
- 11 Which bird is mentioned in the first stanza?
- 12 What does the world look like to a bird in cage?
- 13 What are the bird that are usually named in poem do you think Crow is often mentioned in poem What images come to your mind when you think of a crow?
- 14 What are the birds referred to by the poet Why?
- 15 Which is the bird referred in the poem the school boy?
What is the bird thought?
The poem “What a Bird Thought” is a narration by a bird, in which it describes its growing up experience and how it sees the world, as well as its various homes. In the first stanza, the bird says how happy it was when it lived in a small, roundhouse made of light-coloured shell.
How was the bird first house?
Ans: The first little house of the bird is an egg which is pale blue, small and round. Q5 Why did the bird say, “The world is made of leaves.” Ans: Because the bird’s nest was built on a tree, when it came out of the nest, it. could see leaves everywhere.
What did the bird see when it fluttered from the nest?
Answer: The bird felt that the world was made of leaves when it fluttered out of its nest.
Which bird is referred to in this poem?
Crow is the bird that is named in the poem Dust and Snow. The Poet has used the bird in this poem which could be associated with something dark, black, and that can forbid.
Where does the little bird fly?
Bridie lives on the remote Scottish island of Tornish, the youngest of three sisters. Although she loves her island, with its wild seas and big skies, she guiltily nurses a secret dream of flight – to America and the freedom of the New World.
Why did the bird fly out of the nest?
It’s to some young birds’ advantage to leave the nest as soon as they can. People tend to think of nests as safe, cozy little homes. After fledging, the young birds are more spread out, and the parents can lead them to different spots every night, enhancing each one’s chances of survival.
Which is your Favourite bird and why?
My favorite bird is peacock which is Indians National birl. It is very beautiful. And the feather of peacock was kept on the head of Shri Lord krishna. peacock dances beautifully while rain showers.
Why do birds fly back to their nest in evening?
Majority of birds lack rod cells, which is responsible for night vision, so due to the absence of these cells they cannot see the objects clearly in less or dim light. This is the reason why birds fly back to their nest in the evening.
Which bird is busy in building a home according to the poem the bird sanctuary?
Wild grey pigeons with dream of building their home (nest) on the top of tree fill their beaks with soft, silk-like and thin banyan twigs.
Who do you think taught the birds to build a nest answer?
God taught them to build nests for themselves.
Which bird is mentioned in the first stanza?
In the first stanza of the poem “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” is about the free bird. The poet describes the freedom and the way the flies in the open air. The free bird has the capacity and strength to dive and fly in the open air.
What does the world look like to a bird in cage?
basically the bird sees the world only in the cage and nothing else they won’t know whats there outside that cage they won’t be knowing the experience they will have once they y out freely basically the world of a bird in a cage looks like a prison to them where they only have to sit in the Same place eat sleep and do
What are the bird that are usually named in poem do you think Crow is often mentioned in poem What images come to your mind when you think of a crow?
Generally, we come across birds such as nightingales or sparrows in poems concerned with nature and its beauty. No, crow is not often mentioned in the poems. The crow is considered as a harbinger of bad news and sadness. Frost has used a crow in this poem to indicate sorrow and foreboding.
What are the birds referred to by the poet Why?
In a poem poet basically uses Nightingale, Cuckoo, Parrot, Peacock birds. Poet takes theses birds for writing poem because these birds are the beauty of nature. So crow bird doesn’t touch our mind of soul. Crow is not a beauty of nature. A sorrowful feeling comes when we think about crow.
Which is the bird referred in the poem the school boy?
Answer: the skylark bird is mentioned in the poem.