Adrienne Rich's poem "The Trees" depicts the clash between man and nature. The poet wishes to convey the concept that the presence of a few trees within our homes does not equate to the presence of nature. It is a terribly erroneous view of nature. True nature may be found outside, in the woods we have devastated. But it is also within us; we are a part of natural creation. The trees of our home ecosystem provide many benefits to humans, including food, shelter, and medicine. Removing them is like removing organs from our body because they are necessary for life.
Rich uses language that would appeal to readers' senses to make her point. She writes about the "greenness" of the forest, how the trees "smiled with yellow teeth," and how they gave off an aroma that was both sweet and bitter. These descriptions give readers a visual picture in their minds' eyes. Then, she ends the poem with these lines: "So I cut down trees, what could I do? / The woods were kind to me." By using questions, this last line makes the poem more personal and less formal.
This poem is very important because it shows that although we are part of nature, we cannot always understand its needs or desires. We need to remember this when we go on vacation and cause damage to the environment by building houses in pristine forests or cutting down too many trees.
Joyce Kilmer's poem "Trees" personifies a tree as the speaker reveres it as a lovely presence on the ground. I feel that the general message of this poem is that humans must appreciate the natural works of art present on the world, such as trees and other types of natural life. Trees provide us with oxygen, help control the temperature of the earth, and give us food when we need it most among other things.
By naming each tree in the forest and describing their features in detail, the poet shows that they are important and should be respected. Humans have been cutting down trees for use in building houses, making furniture, and giving shade which is why there are now many more people living in cities than there were 100 years ago. However, some trees such as redwoods and sequoias will never be cut down because they are needed by humans to protect our environment from the effects of climate change.
Through words of praise and admiration, the poet shows that he views trees as having great value. This poem is included in his collection "Effie Road". "Effie Road" was written while he was serving in France during World War I.
The Trees is a brief, symbolic poem about the migration of trees who are originally indoors but seek freedom in the forest. The trees signify nature, but also, in particular, the nature of being a woman. Women are like trees; they grow inside before blossoming out into the world.
Trees has been interpreted as referring to women because of the usual image of trees as being female (with flowers and fruit), as well as the fact that trees were often kept inside homes as a form of decoration. The lines of the poem also refer to the fact that women have feelings and need love like men do. Men tend to think with their brains while women think with their hearts.
In conclusion, the trees in the poem are asking to be set free. This shows that women want to be treated equally to men do. They want to be given the opportunity to prove themselves just as much if not more than men do.
The poem communicates the concept that trees, like all other forms of life, are living creatures. They have tremendous survival instincts and are capable of surviving any form of assault, trauma, or catastrophe. It is difficult to kill them since they have a never-say-die attitude toward life. No matter how much you cut them down or burn them with chemicals, they will always grow back.
Trees have many useful things in common with humans. They grow back after death. They feel pain when injured. They communicate their feelings through words and gestures. And they prefer not to be killed off completely because they know they will need their friends later on for shelter and food.
People often say that trees should not be destroyed because they are valuable resources. But this is not true; trees are also important resources that we need for our lives. Wood is used to make many products including chairs, tables, and cars. Trees provide us with oxygen and help control the temperature around us by absorbing heat from the sun and releasing it into the atmosphere during winter months. They also give us food and medicine. In fact, everything that humans use every day has a tree connection. There are trees growing in every country on Earth!
In conclusion, trees are important components of our ecosystem and destroy them recklessly would be a huge mistake. All forms of life have the same survival instincts as trees and would defend themselves against anyone who tries to harm them.