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Please explain the poem"The human seasons " by John Keats​

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This poem presents the different stages of life rendered as the four seasons of the year. Instead of describing the physical nature of these stages however, they are the seasons present in “the mind of man.” For every “season” of life, man has a different outlook. First, he lives his “lusty spring” during which anything seems possible and he observes “all beauty.” The idea that in Spring man can take in all beauty with an “easy span” suggests a certain naiveté in youth where one thinks all beauty may be observed in singularity. Keats personifies Spring as “lusty” to emphasize the parallel between the season and the youthful state of mind. Spring occupies only two lines of this sonnet, which further reflects the brevity of a childish outlook on life.

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