- When will the sun come out? Or what will happen when the rain stops? What makes the poet happy?
When the rain stops, the sun will come out. The beams of the sun brighten the rain drops. This lovely scene makes the poet happy and becomes a source of his pleasure.
- What do you mean by rich leaves?
By rich leaves, we mean green leaves on the top of the tree with full of rainwater.
- Why does the poet hope to have a lovely sight after rain? [2007-II,
When the rain stops, the sun will come out and its beams will brighten the raindrops. This lovely scene makes the poet happy and becomes a source of his pleasure. This is why the poet hopes to have a lovely sight after rain.
- How can a rainy day be enjoyed?
A rainy day can be enjoyed in many ways. It is a source of pleasure and delight in the summer season when everything looks pleasant and gay. People become happy. The birds bathe in rainwater joyfully. Gardens and fields become fresh. Trees and plants are green. People come out of their houses and enjoy the rainy day. Some people go out for picnic parties and enjoy the beautiful scene of nature.
- What is the theme of the poem?
In this poem, the poet describes a beautiful scene of nature. The raindrops fall on the green leaves. It makes everything fresh. When it stops raining, the sun rays brighten the drops. This lovely scene makes the poet happy and becomes his permanent source of pleasure. The poet says rainy day makes everything and everybody but it does not bring any relief for the poor. He suffers the wet cold weather.
Reference to the Context
These lines have been taken from the poem “The Rain” written by William Henry Davies.
Use the above-given theme of the poem as a context
In these lines, the poet says that nature displays beauty when the raindrops fall on the various green leaves. Raindrops fall drop by drop on the thirsty and faded leaves and they also become green. This produces a sweet sound. The poet is delighted to hear this sound. The poet is extremely overjoyed when he sees that the sun comes out and brightens each dark round drop of rain. This lovely scene makes the poet happy and becomes his permanent source of pleasure