Every Morning I Wake
Important Questions and Answers for the Final Exam
Answer the following questions.
a. When does the speaker pray to the Lord?
Ans: The speaker prays to the Lord in the morning and the evening time.
b. What does the speaker pray for?
Ans: The speaker prays for the welfare of milkwood people.
c. Who are the ‘poor creatures’? Why does the speaker call them ‘poor creatures’?
Ans: The poor creatures are the residents of milkwood. They are poor because of innocence and mortality.
d. What does Milk Wood sound like? A type of wood or a place? Why?
Ans: Milk Wood sounds like a place. It can’t be a type of wood because there is no use of any articles like a, an, the before the word.
e. Why do the inhabitants of Milk Wood bow to the setting sun ‘but just for now’?
Ans: They bow to get the grace and warmth of sun in the next morning.
Short Question: 5*2=10
a. Discuss “Every Morning When I Wake” as a prayer to the God.
Ans: It is a prayer to the God for the welfare of all human beings. The speaker prays to the Lord in the morning and the evening time. The speaker is doing prayer to the God to get the grace and warmth of the God in the next morning.
b. Why does the speaker make a prayer to the God, but not to a king, a billionaire
or a scientist?
Ans: The speaker is making a prayer to the God because he believes in the existence of the God. The God will give them what they want. So, they do prayer to the God.
c. How does the poet highlight the magnificence of the God?
Ans: The poet highlights the magnificence of the God to prove its existence. The poet wants to give thanks to the supreme God for giving everything to them.
d. Does the God exist? Give your opinion.
Ans: Yes, the God exist in our soul. It is in invisible form. We can perceive and achieve the God through meditation and devotion.