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The world is Too Much With Us is a very strong and emotional poem This poem was written almost two hundred years ago William wordsworth loved nature and based many of his poems on it He uses very strong diction to get his point and feelings across This poem expresses Wordsworths feeling about nature and religion It contains a melodic rythm Each line and each word were chosen very carefully toexpress his thoughts and feelings His references to God and Greek Gods catch the readers eye to find out why he connects God to nature His soft tones and harsh words make the reader feel and see what the speaker does Overall I think the author is connecting how times have changed and the people just dont have faith left In my opinion I feel the writer is certainly th speaker I feel that his great love for nature and any harm that has and shall come to it has shown forth He expresses negativity towards anything that does not se natures beauty utilizing this to show something needs to be done He also expresses his religous beliefs of how God is connected to nature I think this poem goes even further portraying greed and modernization for the worstHe makes connections to the past and the future line 1 late and soon proving that the world has changed People take advantage of mother-nature and life as well I think this is far more intense than what we see which is little line3 but how we act and what we believe in He connects nature to human relations and reoigion He is expressing how people lost faith not only in nature but in God and beliefs as well The setting of this poem is stated right in the poem line11 The speaker is standing on a pleasant lea or a pretty meadow or grassland looking down upon a piece of land I would think it was
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