What symbol from Nature appears to be dead and later alive? How does the poet justify?
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The poet here refers to Earth which appears to be dead but later on alive. The nature (earth) looks still and dead. However, it keeps working patiently and slowly. Hence after some time, we are able to see change. e.g. a sapling grows to tree but we are unable to see the process of its growth.