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One of the greatest poets of the English language John Keats wrote a beautiful ode To Autumn This poem is composed of three parts and each of the parts represents the transition of the season of autumn First part is about ready to harvest the second part is in the middle of the harvest and the last part of this poem shows his empty feeling after the harvest As well as all men have life cycle To Autumn connects to Keats own life And he is celebrating the music of autumn with his own beautiful music The description of the autumn is elegant rich serene and grave in all its details and it is profound and civilized In the first stanza sound of line makes the image bulge softly in the language as the fruits itself The first line states that Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness recalls the cold of the mists as well as the mellowness of the season of harvest line 1 In the line five The mossed cottage-trees sounds like the scrunch of teeth through an apple releasing the sharp flow of juice line 5 The next line curves with the lushness of swell the ground but any excess is checked neatly by the astonishing plump appearing as a verb and wonderfully solid and nutty to touch line 7 The last three lines in the first stanza move heavily and lazily to that most summary of the sounds the distant buzzing of bees later flowers for the bees line 9 The low sibilants and thrice repeated the sound of mm of the last line bring hearing activity into play along with the sight taste and touch are mobilized by the stanza so that all senses are united in the act of vigorous response The rhythm mounts slowly through the single sentence of the stanza accumulated impressions and a sense of energetic and continuing life In the second stanza Keats populates the
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