I am the sigh of the sea; The laughter of the field; The tears of heaven

song-of-the-rain

#1

I am the sigh of the sea;
The laughter of the field;
The tears of heaven.
So, with love-
Sighs from the deep sea affection; Laughter from the colourful field of spirit; Tears from the endless heaven of memories.
(a) How is rain the sigh of the sea?
(b) How is rain the laughter of the fields?
© Which word in the extract means the same as ‘unending’?
or
(a) What does the rain compare itself with ?
(b) What does the rain bring with it ?
© Which word in the passage means the same as ‘fondness’?


#2

(a) The rain is the sigh of the sea because the sea heaves a sigh of pain at the evaporation of water vapour but at the same time, it gives another sigh of relief with the thought that it would return in the form of rain.
(b) Rain is the laughter of the fields because its arrival gives the fields new life and joy.
© The word is ‘endless’.
or
(a) The rain compares itself to the sigh of the sea, the laughter of the fields and the tears of heaven.
(b) The rain brings happiness and joy and the delightful recollections from the storehouse of sweet memories.
© The word is ‘affection’.