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What Were the Poet'S Thoughts After the Snake Had Gone? - English - Communicative

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What were the poet's thoughts after the snake had gone?

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After the snake has gone, the poet regrets at having hit it with a log. He compares his situation with that of the ancient mariner who, after having killed the albatross, wanted it to return. Moreover, he calls the snake a king and feels guilty of having lost the chance of being with "one of the lords of life."

Concept: Reading Skill (Non-textual)
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