explain “he plants, in sap and leaf and wood, in love of home and loyalty”

explain “he plants, in sap and leaf and wood, in love of home and loyalty”

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    Through this line, “he plants in sap and leaf and wood in love of home and loyalty”, the poet wanted to imply that a tree planter’s loyalty and love for nature is reflected in the sap and leave and Wood of the tree. The love and loyalty of a tree planter towards nature and preserving Earth is seen through every cell of the trees which he plants. The poet wants to portray that those who values love and loyalty by planting and nurturing a tree other ones who are preserving mankind.

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