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He is both empathetic and sympathetic to it, as he is trying to understand his surroundings. In his early poetry, there is a certain amount of joy and awe, but later the joy will disappear, at least for a short while. In his next collection Crow , Hughes embodies a crow, and in this collection there is a sudden shift in tone. The tone of the poems, the accumulation of images in the poems is very Merwinesque. Hughes continues his observations and world creating with a sort of celebratory tone and feel until Moortown Diary and Earth-Numb In Moortown Diary , a harshness develops, as Hughes observes the less beautiful and exposes an unsympathetic nature.

In Earth-Numb he experiences the harshness of life and towns and cities.

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These poems are hung with pain. By , in Flowers and Insects , he continues with his empathetic observations, but they are less cynical and more prosy.

Another turn in his poetry occurs in Wolfwatching , which is unlike any of his other poems, as he explores the suffering of war, especially though his father and his Uncle Walt. Early on at times, too, he feels like D.

Also, early on his poems can be surreal or dreamlike. Enter your email address to subscribe to The Line Break and receive email notifications of new posts. The Line Break.

New selected poems, 1957-1994

Merwin , Wodow. Wodwo What am I? What am I to split The glassy grain of water looking upward I see the bed Of the river above me upside down very clear What am I doing here in mid-air? Why do I find this frog so interesting as I inspect its most secret interior and make it my own?

Do these weeds know me and name me to each other have they seen me before do I fit in their world? Like this: Like Loading Poems for an Empty Church. The Oldest Stone in the World. Pre-Dew Poems. Yet Hughes' clouds are "full of surgery and collision" and he brings to the familiar visual repertoire of English nature poetry the technical violence of a Van Gogh or Francis Bacon.

His poems are jagged, untidy, stressful in every sense. Nature is a world of "delicacy and horror" like the pike's, dominated by first and last things, birth and death, and where a dying salmon finds "this chamber of horrors is also home". The other thread that weaves across his work and vision of England is war, especially the legacy of the Great War he calls "our national ghost".

Unlike the First World War poets who opposed pre-war nature to the horrors of war, Hughes reads nature as a battle-field; for his ghost-crabs, "our cluttered countries are empty battleground", his thistles appear "Stiff with weapons fighting over the old ground", and an old salmon is dressed in Death's "clownish regimentals, her badges and decorations".

I'm not convinced by many of Hughes's poems about people even the new ones about Plath or society, or the monarchy only one of his laureate poems finds its way in here. Hughes is a psalmist of the natural world, a poet of huge delicacy and vulnerability as well as creative violence. After you've read this Protean book through, as after an exhibition of Van Gogh, the natural world changes shape. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists?

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