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The poem my country on the concept of belonging. It explores the theme belonging to a landscape.It also links to Romulus My Father.
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My Country Dorothea Mackellar The love of field and coppice, Of green and shaded lanes, Of ordered woods and gardens Is running in your veins. Strong love of grey-blue distance Brown streams and soft, dim skies - I know but I cannot share it, My love is otherwise. I love a sunburnt country, A land of sweeping plains, Of rugged mountain ranges, Of droughts and flooding plains. I love her far horizons, I ...
... sense of belonging to the new country. The poet concludes the poem by stating that in her dying days she will think of Australia. This text shows how deeply an individual can be connected towards a landscape up to the point that they will think about it in their dying days. Belonging is subjective it isn`t only restricted to relationships between humans and pets. It also shows how belonging to a landscape can ultimately strengthen a connection towards a country.
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This is a wonderful poem. I also like the analysis. Thumbs up Mr. Author.