Every Morning I wake Exercise Class 12 English: Question Answers solution

Get "Every Morning I Wake" poem class 12 exercise: questions and answers solution for free. Every morning I wake poem is written by Dylan Thomas. He used to pray to god every evening to let them see another day and always grant blessings to the people of Milk Wood and request god to show correct direction for him and the people living there as well. This is the short part from the Under Milk Wook play.

"Every Morning I Wake" Poem by Dylan Thomas is available in "Unit 2 of Section Two: Literature". This Poem is available on page number 234. This book was recently updated by the "Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology".

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"Every Morning I wake" Exercise Class 12 English: Question Answers solution with summary
"Every Morning I Wake" Exercise Class 12 English: Question Answers solution with the summary

Publisher and Units/Chapters Details:-

  • Subject Name:- English Class 12 Exercise Solutions
  • Unit:- Two (Every Morning I Wake Class 12 Poem)
  • Chapter Name:- Every Morning I Wake by Emily Dickinson
  • Poem writer Name:- Dylan Thomas
  • Book Publisher:- Government of Nepal | Ministry of Education, Science and Technology | Curriculum Development Centre | Sanothimi, Bhaktapur.
  • Book Printed by:- Janak Education Materials Centre Ltd. | Sanothimi, Bhaktapur
  • First Edition Published Date:- 2021 AD or 2078 BS.
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"Every Morning I Wake" by Dylan Thomas Poem Summary Class 12  English.

The poem "Every Morning I Wake" is a prayer written by Dylan Thomas. In this poem the speaker recites every morning and evening. The main point of the poem is to seek God's mercy and protection for the people living in Milk Wood. The speaker acknowledges the fragility of life and asks for God's watchful eye on all creatures, recognizing that they are destined to die. 

The theme of the poem is the power and importance of prayer, as the speaker believes that God knows their true nature, both good and bad. The speaker hopes for another day and bids farewell temporarily, expressing gratitude for the blessings of each day. The poem reminds us that life is fleeting and that we are all vulnerable to the forces of nature and the passage of time. The poem emphasizes the reliance on God's guidance and the uncertainty of life. 

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"Every Morning I Wake" by Dylan Thomas Class 12 English Exercise Question Answers Solution is provided below

Understanding the text

Answer the following questions.

a. When does the speaker pray to the Lord?

Answer: Each morning and every evening, the speaker prays to the Lord.

b. What does the speaker pray for?

Answer: The speaker prays to God to grant the people of Milk Wood his blessing, pity, and protection.

c. Who are the ‘poor creatures’? Why does the speaker call them ‘poor creatures’?

Answer: All the innocent species on earth are considered to be "poor creatures." The speaker in the prayer, however, refers to the people who live in Milk Wood as poor creatures. 

The speaker calls them "poor animals" because they are made of "bone and flesh" and will die eventually.

d. What does Milk Wood sound like? A type of wood or a place? Why?

Answer: Since there is no article earlier in the term, Milk Wood appears to be a place. 

If a proper noun only refers to one place, there is no requirement for an article.

e. Why do the inhabitants of Milk Wood bow to the setting sun ‘but just for now’?

Answer: Milk Wood's inhabitants bow to the setting sun as a temporary farewell. The following morning they believe the sun to be shining. 

They have faith that God's mercy and the sun's warmth will allow them to survive another day. 

Reference to the content

a. Discuss “Every Morning When I Wake” as a prayer to God.

Answer: "Every Morning When I Wake" by Dylan Thomas is a poem of prayer. In a poetry of prayer, the speaker begs God for blessings and direction in his life as well as the lives of all people and animals born to die. 

We may guess that the speaker is praying to God from the words, "Dear Lord, a small prayer I make/O please do keep Thy loving eye/on all poor creatures born to die." The speaker is begging for God to continue to look at all of creation with love and to bless them.

b. Why does the speaker make a prayer to God, but not to a king, a billionaire or a scientist?

Answer: The speaker prays to God, not to a monarch, a multibillionaire, or a scientist, because he is aware that none can be greater than God. God is prayed to from the speaker because He is the supreme entity, the origin of all creation, and the center of all religious beliefs. His strength, understanding, and actuality are the three things he possesses in large quantities. It is only via God's mercy and blessings that one becomes wealthy, well-known, or powerful.

 There are no such things as monarchs or billionaires, for example, in the first place. God's protection is incomparable to anything else.

 God's existence is sacrosanct; he created us and saved us; we devoted and depend on him; and he leads us along the straight and narrow path.

Nobody can match God, no matter how strong, wealthy, or educated they may be. Because of this, we turn to him in prayer to ask for his mercy and favor. 

No matter who we are or where we come from, in the end, we are all composed of bone and flesh. So the speaker approaches the god and offers prayers to him.

c. How does the poet highlight the magnificence of God?

Answer: The poet highlights the magnificence of God by pointing out that God's presence is holy, that He created us and saved us, that we revere and depend on Him, and that He leads us on the straight and narrow from the moment we are born until the moment we die.

d. How does the rhyme scheme of the poem reinforce its message?

Answer: The poem uses the AABB rhyme scheme throughout. The AABB rhyme scheme used in this poem gives the rhymes a structured feel.

The majority of prayer poems follow to this rhyme scheme in order to effectively address God. Every verse's second line rhymes with the one ahead of it. Such rhymes have the effect of improving a song's listenability.

Note: Reference beyond the text is not generally asked in the question and it is based on your writing and thinking skills so, you have to write it by yourself.

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