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  1. Following contradictions have been displayed by humans in the poem: They cut the trees in the forest and rather grow small plants in their homes for decoration. They force the plants to live in confinement where the plants cannot get proper nutrition. They are not in favour of trees' migration. ThisRead more

    Following contradictions have been displayed by humans in the poem:

    1. They cut the trees in the forest and rather grow small plants in their homes for decoration.
    2. They force the plants to live in confinement where the plants cannot get proper nutrition.
    3. They are not in favour of trees’ migration. This is why poet hears whispers in her head.

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  1. Yes, she is happy. She is, in fact, in the favour of trees moving out of the house. We do not see anywhere in the poem where she is unhappy or criticising their move. She feels as if the trees outside are calling her to join them. Read summary of this poem. Read analysis of the poem.

    Yes, she is happy. She is, in fact, in the favour of trees moving out of the house. We do not see anywhere in the poem where she is unhappy or criticising their move. She feels as if the trees outside are calling her to join them.

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  1. In the poem The Trees, the poet is seeing writing long letters. However she hardly mentions the departure of trees and even why and what she is writing. Yet she is writing. It seems that she is in favour of the trees' liberation but she is afraid to bring it in his words. So, she is just writing poeRead more

    In the poem The Trees, the poet is seeing writing long letters. However she hardly mentions the departure of trees and even why and what she is writing. Yet she is writing. It seems that she is in favour of the trees’ liberation but she is afraid to bring it in his words. So, she is just writing poems (perhaps about herself or about random things).

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  1. The message of the poem The Trees is that freedom and equality should be for all the living organisms in the world. Whether we take this poem as nature's poem or a feminist oriented poem, the poet gives a clear message that we should have equal rights. No one's freedom should be taken away. Read sumRead more

    The message of the poem The Trees is that freedom and equality should be for all the living organisms in the world. Whether we take this poem as nature’s poem or a feminist oriented poem, the poet gives a clear message that we should have equal rights. No one’s freedom should be taken away.

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  1. In the poem The Trees, the poet brings in the theme of equality and freedom for all. According to the poet, trees have been captured and confined in the four walls of their homes. However the poet does not seem to be in favour of this. She becomes happy while seeing them going back to their home i.eRead more

    In the poem The Trees, the poet brings in the theme of equality and freedom for all. According to the poet, trees have been captured and confined in the four walls of their homes. However the poet does not seem to be in favour of this. She becomes happy while seeing them going back to their home i.e. forest.

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  1. The trees are the small plants which have been kept by humans in their homes either for decoration or for food. Their roots, leaves and twigs keep struggling to liberate themselves from the confinement. Read summary of this poem. Read analysis of the poem.

    The trees are the small plants which have been kept by humans in their homes either for decoration or for food. Their roots, leaves and twigs keep struggling to liberate themselves from the confinement.

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  1. By empty forest, the poet means the forest without trees. The trees make the forest. They give birds place to build their nests and also give shelter to the insects. Without trees, the birds, animals and insects will have nowhere to rest, nothing to eat and thus will not be able to survive. Read sumRead more

    By empty forest, the poet means the forest without trees. The trees make the forest. They give birds place to build their nests and also give shelter to the insects. Without trees, the birds, animals and insects will have nowhere to rest, nothing to eat and thus will not be able to survive.

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  1. The roots work the whole night to disengage themselves from the floor of veranda which is made up of concrete. It is hard to break the floor yet the roots keep trying and the floor cracks. Read summary of this poem. Read analysis of the poem.  

    The roots work the whole night to disengage themselves from the floor of veranda which is made up of concrete. It is hard to break the floor yet the roots keep trying and the floor cracks.

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  1. The trees are moving in the forest because forest is their actual home. They were deprived of their home by humans who confined them in the four walls of their homes. But now, the trees have started a movement against this confinement and are moving towards the forest. Read summary of this poem. ReaRead more

    The trees are moving in the forest because forest is their actual home. They were deprived of their home by humans who confined them in the four walls of their homes. But now, the trees have started a movement against this confinement and are moving towards the forest.

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  1. The forest is empty because the trees have been captured and imprisoned by humans in the four walls of their homes. Without trees, no bird can build its nest, no insect can find shelter and the sun cannot cool itself in the shade. However the trees will be back to forest and it will become full. ReaRead more

    The forest is empty because the trees have been captured and imprisoned by humans in the four walls of their homes. Without trees, no bird can build its nest, no insect can find shelter and the sun cannot cool itself in the shade. However the trees will be back to forest and it will become full.

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