Lines Written in Early Spring Lines Written in Early Spring

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I heard a thousand blended notes While in a grove I sate reclined, In that sweet mood when pleasant thoughts Bring sad thoughts to the mind. 1. Where was the poet resting? 2. ‘A thousand blended notes’ refers to: 3. What was the poet’s state of mind? 4. What thought do you think made the poet sad? 5. What pleasant thoughts do you think the poet had in his mind?
1. The The poet was sitting in a grove having his back against some tree trunk 2. The melodious music created by the chirping of birds all around him. 3. He was in a pleasant mood and felt elated at that moment. 4. The flow of good thoughts automatically sways one’s mood towards sad thoughts, which is natural. 5. The poet was elated with the musical harmony created all around him by nature.
To her fair works did Nature link The human soul that through me ran; And much it grieved my heart to think What Man has made of Man? 1. What are the ‘fair works’ of Nature? 2. How is the human soul linked to the fair works of Nature? 3. ‘It’ in line 3 refers to: 4. What poetic device has the poet used in the fourth line? 5. Explain ‘What Man has made of Man’
Through primrose tufts, in that sweet bower, ‘The periwinkle trail’d its wreaths; And ’tis my faith that every flower Enjoys the air it breathes. 1. In ‘that sweet bower’ refers to: 2. In what sense is the bower sweet? 3. ‘trail’d its wreaths’. Explain it? 4. What you do learn about the poet’s view of Nature?
The birds around me hopp’d and play’d Their thoughts I cannot measure, - But the least motion which they made It seem’d a thrill of pleasure. 1. What did the birds do? What did their activity express? 2. Why could the poet not measure the bird’s thoughts? 3. What does ‘it’ in the last line refer to? 4. What other things mentioned in the poem experience the same ‘thrill of pleasure’ as the birds?
The budding twigs spread out their fan To catch the breezy air; And I must think, do all I can, That there was pleasure there. 1. What do you understand by the expression ‘their fan’? 2. How do the twigs catch the breezy air? Why? 3. Which pleasure is the poet talking about? Where was the pleasure? 4. What belief of the poet do the budding twigs reinforce?
If this belief from heaven be sent, If such be Nature’s holy plan, Have I not reason to lament What Man has made of Man? 1. What belief is the poet talking of in the first line? 2. Explain: ‘From heaven be sent’ 3. What does the poet lament? 4. What lesson Man can learn for birds, flowers and trees?

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