The Poet’s heart feels better to know that the human soul is an essence of universal (nature) soul. As human is bound to feel and react, same as every part of nature is bound to feel emotions. Poet has described that flowers, stars, sky whether they appear to be cold (rude) and lifeless (nonliving) but there are still some minds (thoughts) in them which appear to show and tell something. They too feel happiness and sadness and are capable of thinking and dreaming. They too wish for peace and joy as a human does. This conscience feels poet with a feeling of sympathy towards these lifeless things and he begins to feel ‘better’ to know that every part of nature is gently bound to spirituality.
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