The poem 'the trees' present a conflict between man and nature and their victorious march to their natural habitat-forest

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Yes, the poem presents a conflict between man and nature. While nature is more free and unbounded, man prefers to live in bounded spaces and also wants to curb nature. He uses plants for interior decoration of houses, cuts trees to make a house for himself, kills animals for food or other purposes and cages them in zoos. In all these ways, man curbs nature and denies plants and animals the freedom that they desire. The poem shows that trees and plants are rebelling against humans as they strive to work their way out into the open.


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