The Amazing World of Nature

The Amazing World of Nature

The lyrics of the remarkable Russian poet SA Yesenin draws with his amazing sincerity, love for life, for the homeland, for everything living. Most clearly, all these qualities are expressed in poems dedicated to nature. Yesenin’s childhood was spent in the village of Ryazan province, where he was surrounded by the beauty of the low-key but fascinating nature of the central strip of Russia.
Yesenin paints the nature with colorful colors, radiant, diverse: The
red dawn lit up
in the sky in dark blue,
The band appeared clear
In its brilliance with gold.
He creates unique, memorable images that surprise readers with their novelty. This is a golden grove, saying “birch tongue”, and aspen, peering into the “pink water”. Reading

Yesenin’s poems, we are surprised to note something new, unusual, his unfamiliar view of familiar objects. And already beyond the window is not just fall fall foliage, and “quietly pouring from the maples leaves copper”; in the garden – not just a tree, but “the fire of a mountain ash red.” All this emphasizes the tenderness and love with which the poet treats nature. He gives her unusual flavors, enthusiastically chants “the evening” of spring and “the blue radiance of the day,” the fragrant bird cherry, “spicy herbs” and “silver stream”.
One of the most beloved images of the poet was the birch. The author with such love draws the “Russian beauty”, and we involuntarily become close and dear her disheveled “silk braids”, on which rustle “green earrings” and the brushes bloom “white fringe.”
The nature of Yesenin lives a unique life, constantly changing and developing. Like a person, sad and happy, sings and cries. We see how the birch “covered itself with snow”, as “a cloud of lace in the grove tied”, as “the sleepy land smiled to the sun”, as “the moon floats thoughtfully” and “the river whispers,” caressing.
The poet constantly
humanizes nature: “the asleep road is dozing”, “curly dusk behind the mountain with his hand waving snow-white.” Winter at it sings and akkaet, blizzard “is angrier all stronger”, “red month the foal” is harnessed in a sleigh, and “birds tender” doze under “snow whirlwinds” and dreams it
smile in smiles of the sun clear
Beauty spring.
The nature of Esenin is inseparable from man, from his mood, thoughts and emotions. So, the author turns to the stars:
Stars, melting deep thoughts,
By force, how do you captivate the soul?
In Esenin’s poems about nature, the complex and contradictory world of the poet’s feelings and thoughts is reflected. They express an eternal desire for universal harmony, the unity of everything that exists on earth.
I am here again,
My land, thoughtful and gentle, is
exclaimed enthusiastically by the poet. For him, people, animals and plants – one big family. They are inextricably linked, because they are all children of the same mother nature.


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The Amazing World of Nature