Question: How does the poet imagine her to be, after death? Does he think of her as a person living in a very happy state (a ‘heaven;)? Or does he see her now as a part of nature? In which lines of the poem do you find your answer?
Answer: The poet says that she is in a state where she cannot feel, hear or sense anything. He does not say anything of her being in a happy state in heaven after her death. It is with the nature that he feels she has blend with, “Rolled round in the earth’s diurnal course, with rocks and stones and trees.