- Is the poet seen in the photograph Why?
- What is the mood of the poet?
- What was the Favourite memory of the poet in a photograph?
- How has the photograph been preserved?
- In which mode does the poet look at the photograph and why?
- What is the poem a photograph about *?
- Why do poets feel nostalgic?
- Who was the big girl?
- What philosophy of life does the poet reflect?
- What is the mood of the poet here?
- How does the poet conclude the poem a photograph?
Is the poet seen in the photograph Why?
Answer: because he’s a poet therefore we cannot see the poet in the photograph..
What is the mood of the poet?
Tone is the feeling displayed by the author toward the subject of the poem. Mood and tone often depend on one another to get across what the author is trying to portray. Example: Some words that can describe the mood of a poem might be: romantic, realistic, optimistic, pessimistic, gloomy, mournful, sorrowful, etc.
What was the Favourite memory of the poet in a photograph?
After twenty-thirty years, her mother would laugh at the photograph. She would make the poet look at the photograph and tell her how their parents would dress them up for the beach holiday. The beach holiday was her mother’s favourite past memories while her laugh was the poet’s favourite memory.
How has the photograph been preserved?
The word cardboard denotes the photograph pasted on a hard thick paper. This word has been used to refer to a practice in the past when photographs were pasted on cardboard and framed with glass front to preserve them.
In which mode does the poet look at the photograph and why?
Answer. The poet look at the photograph with a mood of love and possesion. Because it touched poet’s heart.
What is the poem a photograph about *?
The poem, The Photograph is about transience of human life, death, and mysteries surroundings them. The poet is looking at the photograph of her mother and missing her. The photograph depicts the scene of her mother’s childhood when she along with her cousins, Betty, Dolly, and uncle had gone to the beach.
Why do poets feel nostalgic?
She becomes nostalgic. … She is reminded of a time when her mother was young and she was a child. She remembers how her mother used to look at one of her old photograph, where she posed in the beach with her cousins Betty and Dolly with a smile.
Who was the big girl?
Answer: the big girl in the poem A photograph was the poet’s mother and she was about 12 years old when the photograph was taken at the seashore .
What philosophy of life does the poet reflect?
Answer. Explanation: Living your life through what you know as truth or what you think is truth is done in the actual actions you take in life. All of your wisdom, knowledge and understanding expressed by you into the whole of the world is your truth that other people see.
What is the mood of the poet here?
Answer. Answer: what is the mood of the poet here? In the poem “The Photograph”, the poetess Shirley Toulson travels down her memory lane and becomes nostalgic.
How does the poet conclude the poem a photograph?
Answer: Explanation: In the poem ‘A Photograph’ by Shirley Toulson, the poetess says nothing about her mother’s death because she has no words to describe her feelings about the painful incident of her death. She is grieving the loss of her mother and describes the absence as a silence that speaks for itself.