Have an account?
How does the child react at the loss?
all of them
Why does the poet decide not to console the boy?
He is busy
He is indifferent
It will be of no use
He is happy
Name the literary device used in "Merrily bouncing, down the street, and then Merrily over — there it is in the water!"
Name the literary device used in "And no one buys a ball back."
The word ‘balls’ in the poem signify -
toys possessed by children
small things in life
things that we posses in life
sweet thoughts in our mind
Who is the poet of the Ball poem?
What meaning is the boy learning?
meaning of loss
meaning of life
meaning of responsibility
meaning of playing
What did the boy realised?
The boy realised that let go and move on.
The boy realised that the memories which are gone. They'll never come again. So, we should move on.
The boy realised that we should cry when we lose something.
Option 1 & 2
Why can't the boy buy a new ball?
He has no money
As so many memories were attached with that ball and it can't be replaced. So, he didn't bought a ball.
What does the ball represent?
the ball represent/symbolizes the young days of the boy
What does the poet say about money?
it is precious
it is external
it is internal
it is useless
Why does the poet not help the boy?
He wants the boy to be responsible
He wants the boy to ask for help
He doesn't have money
He doesn't want to bother himself
The meaning of 'intrude' is
put oneself in a place where uninvited
'In the world of possession' means
realization of ownership
pride of ownership
buying new things and possessing
being obsessed of your possessions
The word 'epistemology' means
theory of knowledge
theory of morals
theory of worldly things
theory of beliefs