The Lark and the Rook The Lark and the Rook

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I opened my eyes at peep of day, And saw you taking your upward way, Dreaming your fond, romantic dreams, — An ugly speck in the sun’s bright beams; Soaring too high to be seen or heard, — And said to myself, ‘What a foolish bird!’ a. What did the rook see the lark do? b. How did the rook describe the lark?
a. This rook said he saw the lark fly upwards as if lost in his own romantic dream. He described him as an ugly speck in the sun bright bran and it was soaring too high to be heard or seen. b. The rook describe the lark as a foolish Bird
'Good-night, Sir Rook,” said a little lark; “The daylight fades, it will soon be dark: I’ve bathed my wings in the sun’s last ray, I’ve sung my hymn to the dying day; So now I haste to my quiet nook In yon dewy meadow. Good-night, Sir Rook.” a. What did the lark say to the rook? b. What does the lark do as the sun sets? c. How does he address the rook? d. What are the rhyming words? e. Where does the lark like to sleep?
“Good-night, poor Lark,” said his titled friend, With a haughty toss and a distant bend; “I also go to rest profound, But not to sleep on the cold, damp ground. The fittest place for a bird like me Is the topmost bough of yon tall pine-tree. a. Which line tells you that the rook thinks that he is very important person? b. Where does the rook intend to sleep? c. How does the rook try to belittle the lark?
I trod the park with a princely air; I filled my crop with the richest fare; I cawed all day ‘mid a lordly crew, And I made more noise in the world than you! The sun shone full on my ebon wing; I looked and wondered. Good-night, poor thing!” a. What did the rook do in the morning? b. How does the rook address the lark?
“Good-night, once more,” said the Lark’s sweet voice: “I see no cause to repent my choice. You build your nest in the lofty pine, But is your slumber more soft than mine? You make more noise in the world than I, But whose is the sweeter minstrelsy?” a. How did the lark feel? b. What did the lark question the rook?

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