In the poem ‘Daybreak’, where did the wind rush to from the sea? What did it impel ail to do? Whom did the wind meet at sea? What did it say to them?

In the poem ‘Daybreak’, the wind rushed to the distant land from the sea to wake up everything in Nature.
It impelled all living creatures to wake up and start the day’s work since day was breaking.
The wind visited the mists and the mariners of the ships anchored at sea.
The wind asked the mists to make room for its passage. Then it greeted the ships and urged the mariners to sail on in the wake of day.

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