What is the moral of the poem Fog?

What is the moral of the poem Fog?

1 Answer

  1. The moral of the poem Fog by Carl Sandburg is change. Change is the inevitable part of nature as well as of humanity. In the poem, the poet was going to interview a judge. However on his way, he encounters fog which halts his journey.

    The poet sits down and while waiting for the fog to go away, he writes an English Haiku. He describes how the fog appears, sits silently and finally goes away. So, the change happens, first the city was doing as usual, fog appears and brings change and when it goes away, the change takes place.

    Read summary of this poem.

You must login to add an answer.