"Tall Nettles" by Edward Thomas.
The narrator of this poem, which is written in two quatrains, describes a corner of the farmyard in which tall nettles cover old farm implements and suggest that he likes it because it is a reminder of mutability (liability to change) and the transience of life.
The first stanza tells us that the nettles tower over the implements, except for the roller handle, as if they want to assert the supremacy of life and hide the fact that even things made from the most obdurate materials are subject to change and will eventually disappear. Yet it is implied, the nettles grown in spring and will di…
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