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The Relationship Between Humankind and Nature There will always be a time when man and nature meet The question is when they meet what kind of relationship will the two have when they meet The relationship between humankind and nature can be beautiful cruel or confusing When humankind approaches an animal in the wild we always stop to admire whatever species is spotted The moose that was seen in Bishops poem was very big and beautiful But the best thing about this sighting that made it so beautiful was that everyone on the bus stopped what they where doing and just stared at the moose as if they where in delight It was like the whole world stopped just to see the moose in the wild Another situation that is beautiful is when humankind catches or traps an animal in the wild and then releases the animal because we realize just how pretty the animal is Bishops The Fish is a great example of this situation at hand In this poem Bishop shows as she admires the fish the beautiful colors and shapes on the fish Humankind and nature really can be beautiful together The main thing is that humankind must realize the beauty of these wild animals just like Bishop does in her poems Although nature and humankind can be beautiful it can also be very cruel in some situations Londons story To Build A Fire shows us that natures weather can make humankind suffer The man in this story has to try and withstand temperatures way below freezing This kind of weather can be very cruel on mankind First of all these sharp temperatures can cause humankind to experience very severe painful and cruel frostbite symptoms But the cruelest of all with humankind not being prepared for this type of weather and without fire the body will suffer and can even die from these cruel weather conditions Mankind alone can also be seen
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