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Ode to My Socks

Ode to My Socks


by Pablo Neruda

Ode to My Socks: This Poem Knocks My Socks Off True or False

1. What goes down in the first stanza of the poem? -> the socks come to life
2. What happens in the second stanza? -> the speaker makes a sock puppet
3. And the third stanza? What's it about? -> the speaker's cold feet
4. Surprise question: What does the last stanza contain? -> the hypothesis
5. How is this ode different from a traditional one? -> It praises an ordinary object.