|Read the poem to help answer the questions.|
Write down eight words the poet has used to describe sounds.
The poet describes some objects as acting like humans, for example "quiet things speak". Find two more examples of this kind of writing from the poem.
|One of the words are whisper and another one it sigh.|
In the second line the poet states, "The quiet things speak". Name two "quiet things" from the poem.
|One of the quiet things where a frog and the other one was tree tops.|
What is shown by the use of the hyphen at the end of the line, "When the wind goes —"?
That is because the words are meant to be together as one
What two main things happen in the poem?
One of the main reasons was the wind blowing around.
Another one of the reasons where explaining the animal sounds.