Keats also creates an image in the readers head by using phrases such as ‘With fruit the vines that round the thatch eves run’ and ‘The moss’d cottage trees.
These pictures that Keats creates in the readers head gives the reader a rich and vivid description of beauty and nature.
During the Poem Keats creates images of beauty and life but as the poem begins to end he creates a sense of death and sadness.
Stanza 1 begins by explaining how much the poem expresses happy life.
One set of contrasts is that of augmentative and terminative meanings.
Ode to Autumn- John Keats Liam Ireland One of the many appealing aspects of Ode to autumn is the use of sensuous details.
Keats also creates a sense of touch towards the reader by using ‘Warm days that will never cease’.
This makes the reader feel the warmth of the sun on their skin and the breeze from the ‘winnowing wind’ used in Stanza 2.
Keats engages all our senses with beautiful, soothing and even intoxicating images.
However, amid this tribute to life there are imitations of death. Keats’ Ode To Autumn includes many details that engage and enlighten us.