How does this text describe the fog?
The poem compares the fog to a cat. It moves quietly over the harbor and the city "on little cat feet," which suggests a lightness.
The poem compares the fog to a dog. It loudly barks and haunches over the cities harbor with its clouds of deep darkness.
The poem compares the fog to snow cats overlooking city harbors and how they move on.
How would the text be different if it were an article?
The text would describe fog using facts.
The text would tell the cat’s name.
The text would be about Carl Sandburg.
The text would use the pronoun "I."
How do you know this is a drama instead of a poem?
There are eight lines, not five.
There are stage directions and dialogue.
It has a regular rhyming pattern.
It is written in lines and stanzas.
This text most likely appears in a(n)