An Essay On Glorification Of Childhood In Immortality Ode
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October 15, 2013
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In the period of childhood the feeling of spirituality and divinity is pretty high. As man grows in years in feelings of spirituality disappears gradually and man is lost in materialism.
“As length the man perceives a dies away
And fade into the light of the common day”
The poet regrets that those glorious imprints are not so fresh and same existing beauty in the object of Nature...
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During his childhood all the beauties of the nature the meadow, the woods, the streams, thrilled him with joy and they all seemed to be enveloped in ethereal beauty. But now at his advanced age he misses it. All the things are same and as beautiful as ever but the charm has lost to the poet. Though he hears the voice of nature which invites him to join the feast, the over ruling sadness through which he sees that the particular tree and the field are now like the seasons have all gone, presents him with a sense of lost...
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