what is the central idea of poem the trees

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The wind is a destructive force: it wreaks havoc. This makes the poet exhort people to fortify themselves. He understands the supreme power of nature and its forces, but he also knows the power of courage possessed by man. He underlines man’s mortality yet emphasises the victory he can achieve over obstacles through fortitude. He urges man to live in harmony with nature by befriending the wind.



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