how is the theme of nature explored in the poem the darkling thrush?

how is the theme of nature explored in the poem the darkling thrush?

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    In this poem, “The Darkling Thrush”, nature seems to reflect the poet’s inner conflict. The gloom of the poet’s mentality is reflected in the bleak and desolate wintery scene. The sky seems to be working as a canopy for the dying century. The wind blowing seems to lament the death of the century and with it all things good and beneficial. When the poet hears the voice of an aged thrush, singing amidst all the gloom, he portrays the fact that nature’s music never dies. Nature seems to resonate the poet’s emotion and not the other way around. The poet has sought relief and comfort through nature in this poem.

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