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  1. Lucifer better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

    The poet makes promise to himself that he will go into the shed one day. Read summary of The Shed Poem Play quiz on The Shed Poem Watch Video on The Shed Poem

    The poet makes promise to himself that he will go into the shed one day.

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    Poet's curiosity is exhibited in his peeping through the window. Read summary of The Shed Poem Play quiz on The Shed Poem Watch Video on The Shed Poem

    Poet’s curiosity is exhibited in his peeping through the window.

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    The poet will peep through the window one day. Read summary of The Shed Poem Play quiz on The Shed Poem Watch Video on The Shed Poem

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    The poet is curious to know what exactly is in the shed. Hence he wants to through the window while passing by. Read summary of The Shed Poem Play quiz on The Shed Poem Watch Video on The Shed Poem

    The poet is curious to know what exactly is in the shed. Hence he wants to through the window while passing by.

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    The window is old and dusty. It has cracked panes of glass. Read summary of The Shed Poem Play quiz on The Shed Poem Watch Video on The Shed Poem

    The window is old and dusty. It has cracked panes of glass.

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    The broken glass window suggests that shed is not maintained by poet's family. Moreover no one goes into the shed. The shed is an ignored part of their home. Read summary of The Shed Poem Play quiz on The Shed Poem Watch Video on The Shed Poem

    The broken glass window suggests that shed is not maintained by poet’s family. Moreover no one goes into the shed. The shed is an ignored part of their home.

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    Frank Flynn is the poet of the poem The Shed. Read summary of The Shed Poem Play quiz on The Shed Poem Watch Video on The Shed Poem

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    “The Shed” poem has mainly the theme of rationality and courage. We learn from the poet that we must not believe in imagined and superstitions about ghosts and other supernatural things, because these stories are mainly used by people for their own benefit. In the poem, elder brother of the poet telRead more

    “The Shed” poem has mainly the theme of rationality and courage. We learn from the poet that we must not believe in imagined and superstitions about ghosts and other supernatural things, because these stories are mainly used by people for their own benefit. In the poem, elder brother of the poet tells him that there is a ghost in the shed. This makes the poet fear and hence he does not go to the shed.

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    Yes, the little boy is afraid of going into the shed. However he is curious to go inside. Moreover he also knows well that the story of ghost narrated by his brother is also false. Hence he plans to go into it soon. Read summary of The Shed Poem Play quiz on The Shed Poem Watch Video on The Shed PoeRead more

    Yes, the little boy is afraid of going into the shed. However he is curious to go inside. Moreover he also knows well that the story of ghost narrated by his brother is also false. Hence he plans to go into it soon.

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    Poet's brother says that if he (poet) ever enters the shed, the ghost will jump out and chop off his head. Read summary of The Shed Poem Play quiz on The Shed Poem Watch Video on The Shed Poem

    Poet’s brother says that if he (poet) ever enters the shed, the ghost will jump out and chop off his head.

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