To Think of Time 1 To think of time—of all that retrospection! Is it the fact that they have an unnecessary and ridiculous number of eyes? The idea of Pantheism was that everything in the world worked in unity. Or legs? To think that we are now here, and bear our part! They can essentially fly, so long as they have a ledge to be attached to, and they tirelessly work to create a trap and a home that is absolutely perfect for them, seemingly never giving up or growing tired.
Each of these poems shares the common theme of exploring the nature of the human soul.
Similar to repetition, the poet utilizes alliteration and assonance. This is a huge part of what makes all of his poems and writings so interesting — because they are so very real.
To think of to-day, and the ages continued henceforward! Each line calls to mind a specific image, even without using specific terms. Is the beginningless past nothing? Have you pleasure from looking at the sky?