This worksheet is entitled "Understanding Poems." It focuses on the use of personification in the first 2 stanzas of Lewis Carroll's poem, "The Walrus and the Carpenter." This 2 stanza excerpt is from Carroll's book,Through the Looking Glass. Students are given 6 interpretive questions that deal mostly with the poetic technique of personification. They must also use the reading skills of locating details and making inferences. Plus there is a grammar question dealing with pronoun usage. This could be a good resource for your poetry unit as well as serve as a test preparation for standardized test questions. In my experience, students frequently demonstrated weakness in the use of figurative language on the state's language test, so this might help your students score better on them. The worksheet comes with a colorful drawing of a personified sun and moon and also an answer key.