Does the poem reflect the human suffering being initiated by the wind ? explain with examples with reference to the poem.


The poem shows both the constructive and destructive potential of wind. The wind teaches us to be physically and mentally strong. It is not the cause of our misery. It is our mental ineptitude and physical weakness that makes us suffer. So, the poem does not reflect the human suffering initiated by wind, but rather it reflects on the suffering caused by our weakness. For example, the poet asks us to become stronger to survive in face of adversity. If we are strong, the wind befriends us. 

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