What is the poem the trains about?
Life is a kind of journey where a person feels excited as well as tired. The poem ‘Trains’ expresses this idea convincingly. In the poem, the poet is imaginatively engaged in observing the trains which move tediously towards their destiny without rest. He wonders where the trains come from and where they go.
Who wrote the Train of Life poem?
His poems have been brought together in this volume. Hans Cieremans is married. He also has three grown children and he’s a teacher. Life is like a train.
What is the train of life?
Train of Life (in French Train de vie; in Romanian Trenul vieţii) is a 1998 tragicomedy film by France, Belgium, Netherlands, Israel and Romania made in the French language. It tells the story of an eastern European Jewish village’s plan to escape the Holocaust.
Why is the moonlight said to be flickering?
The moon is said to be flickering as its light decreases when covered by clouds and the moon becomes brighter upon being uncovered from the blanket of those clouds.
What places do the trains go to answer?
Answer. 1) The trains run over the mountains, plains and rivers. 2) Passengers and mails are the ‘precious loads’ that they carry. 3) The trains run through day and darkness.
Why does the poet call the trains tedious?
Answer. Answer: The poet calls the trains tedious because the goods train journey tiresomely that is like slowly unlike others that move at great speed.
How does the poet present the sleepy world around him?
9) “What sound rises above the din of the train?” Ans.: The rhythmic beat of the wheels. 10) “How does the poet present the sleepy world around him?” Ans.: The train is moving fast and the moon looks like flickering because there are trees which would hide it and reveal it.
Why are the trains called Tireless?
Answer: The speaker calls the train ‘tireless‘ because they move relentlessly. Explanation: They move so harshly that they seem as if they are tireless.