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Summary of the Poem Fog

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Summary of the Poem Fog
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Saksham Hinge 2 months, 3 weeks ago

The poet is saying about the fog which is generally seen during the winter season and it is coming towards the city and the harbour just like a cat. The next poet says that the fog has covered the city and harbour completely and it appears as a cat is sitting by folding its legs and looking around. Poet also described the silent and unpredictable departure of the fog.

Usha Subhash 2 months, 4 weeks ago

Fog” is a short poem by Carl Sandburg that describes the appearance and disappearance of fog in an unnamed city. The poem is about fog in Chicago. The poet compares the fog to a cat because it approaches the city quietly, like a cat with soft paws. The poem also uses personification, which is when human characteristics are given to something non-human. Here's some more information about the poem: The poet describes the fog as a creature, not just a natural phenomenon. The poem compares the fog to a cat that appears on “little cat feet,” “sits looking” over the city on its “silent haunches,” then finally “moves on”. The poem teaches that people should not judge a book by its cover.
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