1.creeping like a snail is a simile used in this poem and it means the child is going to school unwillingly./a child is unwilling to go to school.
2. man becomes very frail and loses his physical strength when he becomes old, so much that his leggings that used to fit him snugly when he was in his youth are now too loose for him to wear, and that his shank has shrunk so much that this worldly stage is too big for a feeble actor like him. although, 'his youthful hose' just refers to his leggings/pants/ to shrink from danger; to shrink from contact.
3.the words "sans" means "without." it is a french word that is often used in english even today. so he is saying that in the last age of a man, the man is without eyes, taste, or anything else. he also says that this is the "last stage of all" and that it is the stage that ends a man's "history."
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answer: having more negative in their interactions with their child more or likely because of issues with stress and depression.
teenage parents may also have less time as they juggle their responsibilities to spend with their child which can make the child feel lonesome and not enough trust was made to create a foundation between the parent and the child.
i would pick a. i think this is more of a personal question though.
the rhyme scheme is abab cdcd efef gg.