How does the poet speak to the wind - in anger or with humour?

he speaks in anger and says us to be bold enough to face anything

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The poet speaks to the wind with anger because during a stormy weather the wind uproots trees and causes destruction creating havoc and chaos. He says at the beginning of the poem that- 'Don't throw down the books on the shelf. There, look what you did - you threw them all down.'
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he speaks in anger
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