I love a thunderstorm in early May, When the spring, the first thunder, as if frolicking and playing, Rumbles in the blue sky.
Peals of young thunder, Here the rain has sprinkled, dust is flying, The rain pearls are hanging, And the sun gilds the thread.
From the mountain a stream runs agile, In the forest, the bird din is not silent, And there is a forest din and a high mountain noise – Everything is echoed by thunder fun.
You say: windy Hebe, Feeding Zeus’s eagle, Loud-boiling cup from the sky, Laughing, spilled on the ground.
About Tyutchev’s poem
“I love the storm in early May. “- So begins Tyutchev’s poem” Spring Thunderstorm “, written by him abroad in the early 1850s. The adjective “spring” in its name introduces a certain meaning: spring for Tyutchev is a symbol of renewal of nature and the human soul. That is why the whole poem is filled with the breath of the “present, happy” May day. Built as a monologue of a lyrical hero, it touches with sincerity and captivates with its simplicity. The poet is delighted, admiring the play of the young thunder, who strongly and loudly declares the solemn procession of spring, setting a joyful, major tone for all living things. Murmuring young brooks respond to its sounds, noisy mountain streams echo it. The poet-philosopher Tyutchev regards nature as part of the microcosm, where harmony and order reign, and the spring thunderstorm is perceived by us as a living, purifying element, a multi-voiced orchestra, managed by an invisible conductor. The subtext of the poem, through images – sky, earth, sun and water – convey the idea of the unity of nature and man. The radiance and light that fill the artistic space symbolize the beginning uniting the world. The poet emphasizes the connection of this divine principle with nature and introduces the motif of ancient Greek myths. The goddess of eternal youth Hebe in jest, laughing, shed thunder and lightning on the earth and rejoices with the jubilant nature. The picture of the spring thunderstorm in Tyutchev is represented by magnificent details (“first thunder”, “peals of youth”, “agile stream”, “noise of mountains”), saturated with colors (“blue sky”, “sun gilds the thread”) and sounds (“thunder roars “,” Thunder peals “). With the help of inversion, the poet identifies the most significant words in the sense of meaning. The sound organization of the poem The Spring Thunderstorm is amazing. Alliterations “r” and “p” help to hear the sounds of thunderstorms, the abundance of sonorous consonants make the work melodic and musical. The poem is full of bright metaphors, avatars, epithets (“hung rain pearls”, “windy Hebe”, “loud-boiling chalice”, “thunder frolics and plays”), which make the images bright, visible, give speech colorful and expressive. Written by a four-pitch iambus, facilitated by pyrrhime, this work is unusually melodious. The ease of the poem is achieved by alternating male and female clauses. The abundance of verbs and the absence of short adjectives and participles indicates the presence of action, the development of life, emphasizes the greatness and significance of what is happening in nature. According to Tyutchev, the world of spring nature (“forest gum”, “bird gamble”, “noise of the mountain”, “sounds of agile stream”) is the embodiment of perfect light purity. The poet enjoys this purity and sincerely confesses his feelings: “I love. “. It is also striking that you can write a poem about the eternal problems of the universe, which allows us to plunge into the bright and mysterious, mysterious and majestic world of nature again and again, try to unravel its great mystery.
The great Russian poet Fedor Ivanovich Tyutchev loved and glorified nature. Spring was the favorite season of the poet – the time of renewal of all life, the beginning of a new life. Tyutchev devoted a lot of poems to spring: “Spring waters”, “Winter is angry for no reason …”, “Another kind of sad land …”. One of the most famous poems is The Spring Thunderstorm. This poem is filled with joy and glee. The poet depicts a thunderstorm – a natural phenomenon, usually causing fear and anxiety. But Tyutchev’s thunderstorm is completely different. She is beautiful and strong, cheerful and triumphant, refreshing and inspiring a sense of delight. We see this natural phenomenon in development: its beginning, the storm itself and its end. The poet does not hide his feelings. He admires and admires the fast and turbulent life of nature. With enthusiasm and enthusiasm Tyutchev describes the spring thunderstorm. We seem to hear the sounds that fill the work: the rumble of thunder, the sound of water, bird voices. The expressiveness and brightness of the poem give metaphors (pearl rain, sun sculpts threads), impersonation (everything is echoed merrily by thunder), comparisons (thunder, as if frolicking and playing, rumbles). Everything in nature is harmonious and in tune with one another. The storm symbolizes life, movement, power and the power of nature. The skill of the poet, who managed to convey to readers his sense of exultant joy, is striking. Together with Tyutchev I want to admire nature and admire each of its manifestations.
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