What are the living conditions of the children in the slum classroom which compares them to rootless weeds?

What are the living conditions of the children in the slum classroom which compares them to rootless weeds?

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  1. The living conditions of the slum children are worst. They are poor, lack hygiene, don’t have proper food or shelter. They are undesired and unaccepted in the upper society. Because of their dirty and unhygienic faces, the poet calls them “rootless weeds” (which become dry when taken out of earth).

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