"The king, sword in hand" suggests
(iii) more power than wealth
Mark the appropriate item in the context of stanza
"The king, sword in hand" suggests power.
Who is the speaker in the poem?
The old man offered the speaker a lot of money.
Why did he turn down the offer?
Find in the poem, lines that match the following. Read both one after another.
(i) I have nothing to give you Except goodwill and cheer.
(ii) Her happiness was no more Than sorrow in disguise.
(iii) The king's might was not worth much.
How did the speaker feel after talking to the child on the beach?