Most writers always touch the topic of their homeland, namely its nature. Who loves his homeland, he loves his nature. Probably everyone will agree with this. Otherwise, you can not love your homeland. Having no homeland, you will not love the world. In every country there is at least one poet who wrote about his mother. Pushkin made a pretty big contribution to Russian literature, and he did not forget about his Motherland. In nature, he loved all seasons without exception. In verse, nature seems to come to life.
Lermontov, for example, shared with nature his joys and experiences. The author, as it were, singled out the nature of his land among the environment of other regions. He seems to say that it looks like a gentle unique element. The poet believes that together with nature one can know perfection. In his poem called “Motherland” he conveys all the colors of love for her. He loves both the forest, the rivers, and the blank fields. With the help of the native nature, one can and will be cured, as the author hints at us.
After reading all of his poems, you yourself can be inspired by this love and pride for your country. All these poets call the Motherland true. The homeland is the place where you like everything. The second half of the 19th century also boasts of equally talented individuals. Fet, for example, is only known for describing nature. In his works, the poet delicately describes even the inconspicuous, at first glance. The poet can even be called a figurative innovator in this matter. This author is so touched by nature that by voice can determine which bird is singing. It’s not about knowledge, but about love of nature. If he did not love his homeland, did he begin to study it so, to the smallest detail.