describe the bleak picture of the day as described by the poet

describe the bleak picture of the day as described by the poet

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    The author in his poem described the day as bleak and desolate. The speaker leaned against a coppice gate when “frost was spectre-grey.” The day was coming to an end and being winter time, it was happening kore quickly and making the ambience even more desolate. The similor of the thick tangled stems of the plant as a broken lyre added more to his sorrow and sadness around him. The land became the map of everything that had happened over the course of the century. The sharp features of the land seemed to be the century’s dead body and the cloud was working as a canopy, covering up the dead body. Apart from the speaker, no one was outside in this desolate weather.

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