Here the poet abruptly turns into the philosophy of reminiscence. This abruption is because of the four years of interval he had taken to come back to this poem. He says the child has a more exalted vision than man. The baby brings with a heavenly glory that would totally fade away for the time being... displayed 300 characters
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The baby brings with a heavenly glory that would totally fade away for the time being. In childhood we are nearest to the heaven and in manhood farthest away. Even the earth herself does her best to make him forget the glories of heaven. The child keeps a communion with the celestial light.
Here he is considered as a mighty Prophet-”Mighty poet! Seer blest!/On whom those truths do rest”-whose glorification and association with the divine spirit is purely grounded in Platonism which says that the human soul before it comes to the earth lived in glorious heaven of ideas and that it loses the memory of heaven when it is born on earth... displayed next 300 characters
But as the poem continues and the poet's frustration ebbs away, the sentences become somewhat intricate as the poet is more thoughtful and reflective.
In the final 2 stanzas Lawrence sums up his main purpose of him writing the poem, when he clearly states that by taking the life of the mountain-lion, nature itself has been disrupted...
WHen the poet says "we never see the flower, but only the
fruit in the flower, never the fruit but only th rot in the fruit" that is a parallelism and is the fact that the little boy does not notice that the seasons come each
year over and over but when the little boy dies it will be for ever so there is no way of comming back...
In this poem Barthes writes, "the voice loses its origin, the author enters into his own death, writing begins." He also writes, "we know that to give writing its future, it is necessary to overthrow the myth: the birth of the reader must be the cost of the death of the Author...
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