Oh! Lynque, It's so kind of you. I am so grateful to you for taking out some of your very precious time out for me, and helping me. Many many many many many many many thanks for giving me a hand.
I have two more perplexities. Could you please clarify them as well?
2. OK. Thanks a lot. Could you please tell me which one of the following sounds more natural to you. And please also tell me if there are any grammar mistakes.
Itís quite unclear from the poem. They might be some questions regarding genaral problems of life.
We have no way of knowing the questions that were perplexing him. They might be regarding some genaral problems of life.
The poem doesnít address the questions. However they might be regarding some general problems of life.
3. OK. You mean my answer is wrong, and I should write " The questions are not anwsered; rather, the poet has only been diverted from thinking about them by the sight and sound of the children at play.
Thanks a lot once again.