The poem is about William Wordsworth complete philosophy of nature. “Tintern Abby” shows great importance of nature to William Wordsworth in his poem. First part gives graphical description of “Tintern Abby” since William Wordsworth visited it before, five years ago. This poem shows close observation of nature.
William Wordsworth was sensitive to sites of nature, as he describes the time and place of his return visit and describe where he was positioned in the wild green landscape, once again William see These hedge-rows, hardly hedge-rows, little lines of sportive wood run wild. He sits in specific spot of a few miles above on an abandoned “Tintern Abbey” in the valley of the river wye. As William Wordsworth write poem, he reclines “under a dark sycamore” William Wordsworth said that when he was young he did not understand or hear the pain of humanity because he was insensitive and had nothing to do with spirit just the physical pictures pleased his eyes.
But later William Wordsworth had raised his inset. William Wordsworth also try to convince his sister to love nature, because nature never did betray the heart that loved her. Now William Wordsworth learn how to look at nature with perspective on life. Now William Wordsworth can sense deeper and wider meaning to beauty of nature, he realizes everything in nature is interrelated.
Poem “Lines Written a Few Miles above Tintern Abby” by William Wordsworth is about the way people senses, fell and observe nature. When William Wordsworth was young he didn’t realize the importance to nature but as he grew older he started to realizes the importance of nature in his life and how nature changed his life.