6th Standard English A Sonnet for my Incomparable Mother Poem Notes Question Answer

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C1. Answer the following questions in a word, a phrase or a sentence each:

1. Who is the poet talking to?

Ans : The poet Is taking to her mother.

2. What makes the poet think of her childhood?

Ans : The poet herself is a mother now, so the poet now thinks of her childhood.

3. Which word in the poem means

a) ‘great love and loyalty?’
Ans : ‘devotion’
b) protection?
Ans : security

Fill in the blank:

4. The mother sacrificed many things to look after her child.

5. What is the most difficult thing that the poet talks about in the poem?

Ans : Although it is hard (difficult) for a mother to let go of her child to live their own lives
separately, the poet’s mother did the hardest thing a mother would ever do, she willingly let her
child (the poet) to freely pressure her own life without imposing any restrictions.

State true or false:

1. The poet is still a child. – False

In this poem, the poet shows her affection and admiration for her mother. – True

C2. Work in small groups and discuss the following questions :

1. What qualities has the poet imbibed from her mother?

Ans : The qualities that the poet imbibed from her mother are sacrifice, devotion, learnt to work hard, mixing it with fun, and to give her children her heart, her mind, her energy andsoul. She had learnt to give her children a never failing love and tries to given them strength and security. After the poet’s children grown up, she will also let her children to live their own lives separately and set them free to pursue their own dreams and ambitions.

2. “You let me separate and let me free” – What is the meaning of this line?

Ans : The line means that the poet’s mother left the poet to live her own life separately and that her mother set her free to pursue their own dreams and ambitions without imposing any sort of restrictions or conditions. Her mother did not left her own love and affection to blind her but instead she was benevolent and allowed her daughter to live her own life.

3. What does the poet say in the last two lines?

Ans : In the last two lines of the poem the poet says that everyday, she tries her best to be a mother, like her own mother was to her. She tries to acquire all the qualities her mother possessed and tries to follow her mother’s way of bringing up children.

4. Who do you admire the most in your life? Why?

Ans : I love mother most in my life. She sacrificed her own dreams and ambitions to bring me up. She even left her job as a teacher in a government school – a secure job, to look after me. Although my father did not earn decent salary to support us, my mother bravely took the decision and determinate to face a life of and hardship for my sake. She sacrificed her own comfort and security and devoted all her time, energy and comfort for my sake.

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