Spending time in nature
The joy of experiencing nature
A. The emphasis on being alone and observing nature directly .
I think they saw nature in a spiritual way as the collective "Over-soul" of all the souls that create and reside in every form in creation. That means that very soul is one with and is the Over-soul, which some call God, but Dickinson and Whitman may have thought that word had to much connections to organized religion which has a different definition than they had.
The love of nature
Nature and change are the themes of Emily Dickinson's poem "The Moon Was But a Chin of Gold."
There are many aspects of nature that investigated by an astronomer. Some of them include composition of the solar system, how other planets exist, elements found in space and so much more.
it is about the astronomer learning and teaching about nothing that have to do wit nature. the speaker feels the best way to learn the the sky is to go into nature.
The joy of nature comes from direct experience.
Tries to find clues to live his or her own life in nature, and enjoys observing nature.
Death,Nature,Love,Life and Immortality
The main idea is unification with nature.
Enjoy Nature (APEX)
"The Snake" is a 24-line poem by Emily Dickinson. It describes an encounter with a snake in the grass and illustrates human connection with nature.
The poem which is written by Emily Dickinson is "A BIRD CAME DOWN ON THE WALK" the theme of the poem is that she is describing about the nature and birds and one main message that this poem gives us is that we be careful in times of trouble and we should be aware of danger. The poem is an typical exemplar for Dickinson's nature verse. She depicts the nature's superior self-sufficiency and man's continuous yen to get into the world of nature. The poet suggests that even when human beings try to participate in the world of nature with the best of his intentions, their efforts can seem intrusive. In short the poem's about "man's alienation from nature"
She often wrote about the beauty of nature.
How the speaker tries to find clues to live his or her own life in nature, and enjoys observing nature.