poet has used vivid imagery throughout the poem to express the moods
and nature of the Rain.
When the poet calls
the Rain “sigh of the sea”, there is a relief expressed
in the lines. The sea is relieved and sighs that now that it has
rained there will be fresh water brought to it by the rivers that run
down the hills and mountains.
⇒ The poet calls the
Rain “a laughter of the field” because when it rains the
fields are nourished and it is a sign that there will be fertility.
So, it brings greenery and prosperity and raises the productivity.
So, the fields are happy and they laugh and make merry.
⇒ The Rain is also
called “tears of heaven” as when those silver threads
pour down from the sky’s tomb, it feels as if the heaven is
crying, and those drops are delivered to the nature on the Earth by
the hands of God.