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Looking at it more closely, the poet is saying that people should maintain their sense of childlike wonder well into adulthood and old age. He is saying that nature, symbolized by the rainbow, for him will always be divine, and he thinks it should be for everyone.
In the first lines of the poem, Wordsworth explains his reaction to a rainbow. Rainbows are, universally, regarded as beautiful, but I would argue that the rainbow in this poem is a symbol for nature as a whole.
Most grown men do not react with the same level of enthusiasm to a rainbow. As the poem goes on however, he will argue that we should all share his sense of wonder. So was it when my life began; So is it now I am a man; Here, the poet describes that he has always felt the same visceral, joyous reaction to a rainbow and to nature as a whole.
His sense of wonder began when he was born and persisted through out his childhood, into his adulthood. Wordsworth has been a fan of nature from the very start.
So be it when I shall grow old, Or let me die! Wordsworth gets a bit extreme in these lines.
First, he states that he hopes to continue to be mesmerized by nature well into old age. Death would be preferable to becoming a jaded cynic who cannot grasp the wonder of nature.
The Child is father of the Man; This is, perhaps, the most important line of the poem. In his typical fashion, Wordsworth gives a seemingly straightforward metaphor, which actually has enormous implications.
All people were once children, so the line makes some sense on that level. We come from children as children come from their parents. The greater implication is that, like a parent, a child can be a great teacher and a great role model.
Children are constantly experiencing the world as if for the first time. They have an unending sense of wonder and awe regarding nature and, indeed, life itself.
Wordsworth is saying we should be like children in this way and that we should hold on to our childhood sense of the world. And I could wish my days to be Bound each to each by natural piety In the last two lines of the poem, Wordsworth closes by reiterating this idea that he hopes to continue being in awe of nature.Annual UK coal consumption (in million tonnes coal) between and Data via BEIS and Carbon Brief’s analysis; chart by Carbon Brief using Highcharts..
Back in , the UK’s coal use was around 65m tonnes. It grew to a peak of m tonnes in , then started a long decline. *Base, January This document was prepared by Amarillo National Bank on behalf of itself for distribution in Amarillo, Texas and is provided for informational purposes only.
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All Grown Up! is an American animated television series airing from to created by Arlene Klasky and Gábor Csupó for Nickelodeon. It is a spinoff of Rugrats and takes place about ten years after the original series where the characters are now teenagers.
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