Caged Bird vs. Free Bird Poetry Analysis

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What does the free bird do according to the text?

Leaps on the back of the wind and floats downstream

Why does the caged bird open his throat to sing?

Because his wings are clipped and feet are tied

What does the free bird name as his own in the text?

The sky

What does the caged bird sing about according to the text?

Freedom

What can be inferred about the free bird in relation to the caged bird?

He claims the sky while the caged bird stands on the grave of dreams

What does the free bird do when he leaps on the back of the wind?

Floats downstream

How does the caged bird feel about his narrow cage?

Rage

What does the free bird dare to claim in the text?

The sky

What does the caged bird do when he stands on the grave of dreams?

Opens his throat to sing

Where is the caged bird's tune heard according to the text?

On the distant hill

Explore the themes and emotions conveyed in the poem contrasting a free bird with a caged bird. Reflect on the struggle for freedom and expression depicted in the verses.

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