Who tells the poet that the garden snake is good?

Who tells the poet that the garden snake is good?

The child's mother informs him that the snake he saw was not very hazardous. It just ate insects and did not hurt others. Is it OK to play with snakes that aren't too dangerous? The parent's response allows the child to feel safe enough to explore his world beyond the walls of the house. Snakes are an important part of what makes the earth a beautiful place to live.

There are several types of snakes in the United States. All have a similar body structure, including a thick, muscular tail that is covered with scales that help it retain heat. They also have teeth that function as both jaws and legs: the upper jaw has retractable muscles that help them bite prey larger than themselves.

Snakes are classified according to size, diet, location, and behavior. There are three main groups: constrictors, which include cottonmouths and vipers; non-constrictors, which include boas and pythons; and amphibians, which include frogs and salamanders. Within these groups there are many different species of snakes. It is difficult to tell how many exist in the United States since many are endangered or protected due to loss of habitat or being killed for their skins or meat. A large number of snakes are also lost when they are discarded by their owners during house cleaning or when they escape from homes where they are kept as pets.

What was the snake trying to do?

In this poetry, an innocent green snake struggles to avoid being attacked by a person chasing it with a stick in order to kill it. According to the poet, the snake is harmless even to youngsters. People are afraid of snakes and will try to kill them with a stick if they spot one. This fear of snakes is also shown in many stories from around the world.

People used to think that if a snake came into a house, it meant that someone had died. They believed that the snake was bringing the news that someone was dead. So, when someone saw a snake, they tried to kill it to show that they had lost someone important to them. Today, we know that snakes cannot talk and they only attack people out of self-defense or when they are caught. However, people still try to kill them because they believe that they will get sick if they are not killed immediately.

In this story, the snake is trying to escape from someone who wants to kill it. People think that if you catch a snake, you should kill it otherwise they might come after you. However, there are many kinds of snakes out there and some of them can cause serious problems for humans if they are not treated properly. For example, children have been known to die after being bitten by cobras without anyone knowing until it was too late. Also, snakes spread diseases such as malaria and typhoid fever so it is best not to touch them if you do not have to.

How can you say that the snake was harmless?

In this poetry, an innocent green snake tries to avoid being attacked by a person chasing it with a stick in order to kill it. According to the poet, the snake is not even unpleasant to youngsters. People are terrified of snakes, and when they see one, they attempt to kill it with a stick. However, if one knew how to treat a snake-bite, then it would be possible to save a person's life.

In conclusion, the snake was only trying to survive, but people want to kill it for no reason. This shows that they were not tolerant of other creatures at that time.

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Mark Baklund

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