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sir i have some questions from this stanza :
 
i chatter, chatter, as i flow
to join the brimming river 
for men may come and men may go,
but i go on for ever.
 
Q1. who does "I" refer to in given lines?
Q2. how does it chatter?
Q3. explain the last two lines of stanza. 
Q4. why has the poet used the word brimming?

Asked by Kanhaiya 4th May 2015, 6:20 PM
Answered by Expert
Answer:

Hi Kanhaiya, 

The poem is written in the first person and hence, the word 'I' refers to the brook. The brook seems to chatter musically over a stony creek bed. Humans have a life span and hence cannot live forever, but the brook seems to be immortal and hence, can 'go on forever'. The word 'brimming' refers to an overflowing river. 

Answered by Expert 4th May 2015, 6:30 PM
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