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William Cullen Bryants To a Waterfowl Analysis By the title of this poem one can only come to the conclusion that the poem is about nature Bryant loved nature as a young boy The beginning of this particular poem starts out by describing the scene of what he is looking at It almost seems as though Bryant is describing a sunset or the end of the day Bryant them proceeds to describe the fowler The fowler can be described as a hunter that is seeing the fowl and is contemplation shooting the bird as it crosses the crimson sky Bryant then begins to wonder what the destination of the waterfowl may be He wonders if he is looking for a marshy pool or a lake with tall grass or anything that would allow the fowl to take refuge Bryant then speaks of a power This power that he speaks of teaches all animals and us the correct path to take The power in questions can only be described as God Bryant shows that God created animals with instincts that allow them to know where they are going and when to end their journey He shows this by indicating that soon the fowls journey will end and it will find a warm place to rest
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