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How does the poet speak to the wind — in anger or with humour?

You must also have seen or heard of the wind “crumbling lives”. What

is your response to this? Is it like the poet’s?

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The poet speaks to the wind with anger.

Yes, strong winds are known to cause plenty of damage and destruction

to both life and property. Storms, cyclones, gales and strong winds cause havoc on land. They

uproot trees, bring down houses, tear down electric posts and claim

lives.

They also cause damage to boats and frighten the poor sailors and

fishermen out at sea.

Yet, I do not agree with the poet that the wind only 'crumbles lives'. The

wind is responsible for bringing rain; it cools the land and makes the

climate pleasant.

Today, wind energy is harnessed for several useful purposes including

turning windmills, wind turbines and generating electricity.
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