And I gaze up his nose in despair,And his drill it do whine,(a) Who does ‘his’ refer to?(b) What is being drilled?(c) What does the word 'whine' tell us about the speaker's experience?
(a) ‘His’ refers to the dentist.(b) The teeth of the poet are being drilled.(c) The noise (whining) made by the drill shows that the speaker is having a painful experience.