what does the poet want for the snake in the snake trying poem

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The poet believes that snakes are not harmful if they are not disturbed. Therefore, he wishes the snake to be saved. He wants the snake to go over the water into the reed and hide. 

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The poet wishes that the snake be left unharmed. He wants it to go over the water into the reeds to hide.

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