Don’t Cut Down The Trees, Brother Woodcutter
Four levels of the poem Don’t Cut Down The Trees, Brother Woodcutter are as follows:
The poem is about the conservation and reforestation of trees. In this poem, the trees
It gives us fruits and
The main theme of this poem is the conservation, and reforestation of forests or trees. The poem reflects on the importance of trees, why we have to conserve them, and what is important to them.
Trees help balance the ecosystem and protect us from natural calamities. As it provides fresh air to us humans. Also, the writer suggests conserving the trees to make happy our present life and future life plus for the next generation.
This poem is interesting to read and also it gives good knowledge about the importance of trees, the environment, and the ecosystem.
However, when I read this text as a critical thinker I am not satisfied with some of its points:
- Is it right for all human beings to be compared with trees?
- How are the trees the dream about the sunshine childhood of human beings?
- How they are conscious of human welfare?
- Similarly, How do trees have senses like human beings?
Before reading this text I did have not good knowledge about the importance of forests, trees, deforestation, reforestation, eco-balance system, etc.
But after reading this text I know I have to learn about that type of thing and I have decided to share this information with all to conserve it to save our future life.