Poem: A Garden By The Sea by William Morris.
William Morris was born in 1834 in Walthamstow, Essex, the third of nine children. William's father, after whom he was named, was a self-made business man, who was able to provide an upper-middle-class lifestyle for his family because of a shrewd investment in a Devonshire mine.
William Morris: Centenary Essays: Papers from the Morris Centenary Conference Organized by the William Morris Society at Exeter College Oxford, 30 June-3 July 1996 By Peter Faulkner; Peter Preston University of Exeter Press, 1999.
The success of Morris's wallpaper designs relies on his well-practiced and close observation of nature. Every one centres on plant-based forms, whether expressed in a luxuriantly naturalistic style (e.g. 'Acanthus' or 'Pimpernel') or one that is flatter and more formalised (e.g. 'Sunflower' or 'St James's Ceiling'). But Morris's designs were always subtle, stylised evocations of natural forms.
The clearest images in the story are the gardens around the church and the flowers on the graves, and together these images emphasize the ephemeralality of the church itself. Morris combines these three images (the flowers, the graves, and the church) in the story's final line, as the narrator is found dead “underneath the last lily of the tomb” (33).
Essay on Analysis Of The Poem ' La Migra '. Summer Dawn by William Morris Essay - The poem, “Summer Dawn”, by William Morris is narrated from an extensive perspective. It gives a comprehensive description about a particular transition time. The poem’s title encompasses two diverse words which depict a second in time.
The poem, Bermudas, by Andrew Marvell, describes the feelings of a group of English pilgrims, who had fled from the religious persecution of Laud, the Archbishop of Canterbury at that time in England, and who found refuge in one of the islands of the group known as the Bermudas.Besides expressing the feelings of those pilgrims, the poem also describes the natural wealth of the particular.
From The Upland To The Sea poem by William Morris. Shall we wake one morn of springGlad at heart of everythingYet pensive with the thought of eve. Page.