One of which is the first line of the poem, “Nature’s first green is gold”. This portrays his message in a way that somewhat makes the reader think. He connects the colors green and gold so that the audience can infer that the “first green” is beautiful and delightful to the eye. The reader can understand this because gold is typically used as a color of royalty or importance. There are many ways one can turn something ordinary into some extraordinary.
In the context of the poem, gold is not a precious metal, but rather the precious moments that we experience during our lifetimes. Fleeting sunsets, and the innocence of youth will not last very long, but that gives us more reason to cherish them while they do. Though all good things must come to an end, as Frost writes, a sincere appreciation for the impermanence of what is “gold” ultimately develops
The lilies themselves allude to the purity of the scene. They are flowers that are connected to virginity and chastity. Emphasizing that Mary and Christ are both miracles. As the idea of a virgin icing birth to the son of god is considered a miracle. By putting the lilies in the earthly plane, a connection is made between the heavens and the earth in a simpler and more elegant way than that of Donatello.
“Host” means a crowd of people, entertain people, and also used to describe angels. That means, the thousands of daffodils, who seems like people are entertaining him. Instead of yellow, Williams also use “golden” to describe the daffodils. It is similar to “host” because the halos of angels are gold. He was able to bring life to images of nature.
For him nature is not only beautiful but he believes nature has healing power, nature is sublime and eternal. Wordsworth says; Poetry is the spontaneous over flow of powerful emotions. And he believes nature has power to stir the thoughts too deep. While for Coleridge, Poetry is best words in their best order. For him nature is something to preserve.
Although Coleridge reflects on nature as being that “one Life within us and abroad “in most of his other poem, but coming In “Dejection: An Ode” we see more of the dialects between the imagination’s role in creating perception and nature guiding the soul. In the opening stanzas of “Dejection” the flipside to the romantic celebration of nature –the romantic emphasize on subjective experience, individual consciousness, and imagination. If our experience derives from ourselves, then nature can do nothing on its own. Beginning with the fifth stanza, Coleridge suggests that there is a power –personified joy that allows us to reconnect with nature and for it to renew us and that comes both from within and from without: “the spirit and the power, / Which wedding Nature to us gives in dower / A new Earth and new Heaven” (67–69). That reconnection with nature will renew the world for us.
Coleridge thinks that nature is that to be a preserved, in his poem he expressed that nature is a something mysterious, spiritual and imaginative way of happiness and nature lead us toward fancy. He told about mountain, rivers, streams, sky, stars, birds but shah sahib talks about desert and its people, valleys, plane land of Pakistan specially Sindh. Wordsworth’s poetry is vast in Imagination power. His lyrical ballads is much importance in people and this sample objects give them imaginative colors. Wordsworth was a real supporter of nature in society and nature not gave Wordsworth the matter his poetry was for
On the other hand, love is not as easily recognized in Sonnet 130. It can be found, however, in line 13 of Sonnet 130 when it says, “And yet, by heaven, I think my love as rare.” This line means that he thinks that his love is extraordinary. While the subject matter appears very different, the message of both poems is the same. Through the poems, Shakespeare communicates that love is the same no matter the circumstances. In Sonnet 18, Shakespeare says that his lover will stay youthful and live forever in text; however, he knows realistically that his lover will age and die.
William Wordsworth is considered as the real pioneer of romanticism all over the world so he published a lot of romantic poems which reflect the beauty of nature to all readers. He had established effective relation with Samuel Coleridge for emphasizing the romantic context of poetry in the 19th century. They both revolted against the norms of classical movement which dominated Europe until the end of the 18th century. Romantic poets adopted a new approach of poetry writing as they avoided the poetic diction of the previous generation of poets. Thus, they supported origins of romantic poetry from super emotions which had been collected within tranquility.
Donne treats physical love just as divine love. In one of his poems, “The Canonization”, he describes love in different moods and different visions. The title of the poem is itself evident of the theme carried out in the poem. In this poem, he has taken up a completely positive and serious view of love. It is a selfish and saintly love justified of respect and worship.