Q. 23.9( 48 Votes )
How is the father’s helplessness brought out in the poem?
The father’s helplessness is brought through lines like “Yet have I killed the seed I spent” where he is questioning about what went wrong. His desperation to have his son back is clear in the last line “Longing for something to forgive” where their closeness of relationship is desired but not achieved.
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