Poet: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Volume: Birds Of Passage
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Oct 20 2009
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Nature : Longfellow
Why Nature gives us the potentiality to relish the nature?
I think,here Nature has its own dealings. Anything is not complete without its appreciation or criticism. Nature wishes to praise her beauty. And it will be by means of senses. So He gives us the power. When Nature feels that from the very person He has nothing more to get, He compels him/her in the lap of Death, Universal Truth.
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