In the poem, ‘Daybreak’, what did the wind do in the forest? What was the wind’s appeal to the chanticleer? Why did it say so?

In the poem ‘Daybreak’ the wind urged the forest to cry out in joy and display its leaves. Then it touched the folded wing of the wood-bird and urged it to wake up and sing the song heralding the dawn.

In ‘Daybreak’, the wind asked the chanticleer to crow loudly.
The loud, clear and stimulating call of the chanticleer is a signal of daybreak. So, the wind asked the chanticleer to crow.

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