Loveliest of Trees the Cherry Now Poem Summary
Loveliest of Trees the Cherry Now Summary
Cherry, the loveliest of the trees is now in full bloom and its branches, laden with flowers, are bending down. It is along with the path in the wood and covered in snow all over. It lookes as if it were dressed white for celebrating Easter.
Out of the seventy years of the poet’s life, the first twenty years will not come again. The rest of his life of fifty years he claims to have enjoyed the beauty of cherry blossom in fifty springs.
This time of just fifty years is not sufficient to enjoy the beauty of nature. So, the poet decides to miss no chance to go to the woodland to see the exotic beauty of the cherry tree covered with snow all over.
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