Walter De La Mare is famous for writing dream-like poems. ‘Tartary’ is a fine example of imaginary poems. It takes us away from the bitter world of reality. Sometimes we are tired of the mounting daily routine. We want to move away to some distant place free from worries and cares of life. This is world of imagination where we want to take refuge.
‘Tartary’ takes us to a imaginary world where we find blooming flowers, singing birds, shining streams, green valleys, graceful trees and other countless objects of nature to please us. Flitting butterflies give flight to our thoughts. We laugh with the smiling flowers and dance with the humming birds.
We feel childlike joy in the company of nature. Our journey into this fanciful world of imagination is very delighting and pleasing. The poem is a delightful journey into the fanciful world of imagination. (146 words)
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