And manages to depict its grandeur in a way no other poet can sufficiently encompass. It brilliantly analyzes an unexplored territory of something as simple as nature itself. Emotions recollected are the distinguishing factors that sets William Wordsworth apart from the rest of the poets of his era. The emotions linked with Wordsworth in this poem, I wandered as a lonely cloud is not at all ephemeral but leaves behind an absolute everlasting impression on the soul. This poem proves to be a brilliant depiction of Wordsworth’s philosophy of his poetry.
He feels the divine presence in the nature that soothes him out of his “weariness” (stanza 2 line 25). Also, he certainly does see nature as the ultimate creator and himself as her worshipper. (Duncan. S Wordsworth and Nature: Growing Old Together in "Tintern Abbey"). According to Sara Duncan, Wordsworth uses devotional words in a very naturalistic mode to describe nature.
The theme of this poem is synonymous to “The Retreat” as it speaks of how innocence and happiness is minimized as a person grows old. Hood demonstrates the theme through his imagery and diction. Hood uses imagery to show what his childhood looked like and how positive it was. Examples of imagery are seen as Hood says “The little window where the sun / Came peeping in at morn” (l. 3-4) which is used to show a memory in the speakers mind and also paint his childhood as “sunshine and rainbows”. Imagery is then seen as Hood explains his young mindset as he thought the fir trees were “close against the sky”, but this image was only his “childish ignorance” (l.28-29).
Nature defends us form all troubles, protects us from harms and heals us from all pains. Nature enlightens our life as ever. Being in her caring hands is such a feeling! Trusting nature is an independent joy! Inexactness undermines scientific exactness – meaning that human knowledge is always incomplete and uncertain.
She rather isolate herself than live in a fake world. Margo’s ideas meet with Whitman’s when it comes to other things; they both shared the same ideas about nature and adventure. They both believed how important it is for human beings to be united with nature. Both of these works of art, inspired their reader to connect more with nature, and care less about material things. Whitman and John green have shown their readers roads they’ve never seen before.
Comment on the imagery he employs in this chapter that blurs the lines between people and nature. Thoreau employs imagery that blurs the lines between people and nature as he believes nature to be his friend. Essentially, Thoreau asserts nature is his companion personifying natural objects as an individual would normally have a human as a companion rather than nature. It demonstrates a parallel between nature and people, thus, blurring the line. Thoreau writes, ¨Every little pine needle expanded and swelled with sympathy and befriended me.
Wordsworth offers a tone of reminiscences of his memories of the countryside as a desire to occur again as it was a period where he felt at his best (Wordsworth __). He portrays it as he is thankful that his own son will be able to declare the beauty of nature. As the idea that his son will be able to enjoy nature without the chaos of the city and its people. Whereas the theme in Wordsworth is the concept of recollecting memories in time, rather than Shelley 's is of ceaseless change in
There is goodness in everyone’s heart, which the old beggar hopes to bring out from all of the villagers. This virtue is what connects humanity together and makes our souls inseparably linked; it is Nature’s law that every soul is linked because humanity is created from Nature, which is pure and good. Thus, every life matters, including the old beggar’s. The narrator further emphasizes humanity’s connection through nature when he
As a child, the speaker did not truly recognize the beauty in nature. Returning to the Abbey, he has matured and has a deeper connection to nature. Wordsworth’s style the poem in blank verse that creates the flow of the poem to progress in the speaker’s change in mood. The portrayal of nature communicates the emotions of joy and bittersweet through imagery and diction. The poem encompasses the romantic movement from his experience at the abbey.
In Kalidasa’s most acclaimed work Abhigyanasakuntalam, humans and nature share an ardent relationship which makes separation of one poignant to another. The heroine, Shakuntala, being nurtured by nature is the embodiment of benignity. Nature provides the background for play, and even it is equal to a character. The play lays emphasis on the preservation of nature. Kalidasa paints a story using nature, and he depicts how love occurs in nature, and how man and nature love each other.