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Question Answer of 'The Light of Other Days' Poem-English Literature

By ------ Thomas Moore

Question 1: What does the poet remember before falling asleep?
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Question 2: Why is the poet sad ?
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Question 3: To what does the poet compare his friends as well as himself ?
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Question 4 : Describe the banquet hall ?
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Answer 1: The poet Thomas Moore before falling asleep remembers both the fond of memories and sad memories of his youth. Hey remembers woy well the joys the sorrow and the words of love spoken during his boy hood days . He also remembers how one by one his friends have left him and have gone to another world and how the cheerful hearts of their young age have broken as they have sometimes failed to achieve their aim or goal in their lives .


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Answer 2: The poet is sat on remembering how he has missed his friend one by one as they have left the world leaving him behind. He also feels sad to remember how the cheerful hearts of their young age have broken as they have sometimes failed to achieve their aim or goal in their lives.
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Answer 3: The poet compared his friends to leaves which have fallen in winter around him. He compares himself to one ; who works alone in a banquet hall.
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Answer 4: After the celebration of any occasion, the banquet hall is deserted, its lights have been put off, its garland are dead. Everyone has departed from that place except the poet who walks alone in the deserted banquet hall with a heavy heart.
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