The Question and Answer section for Percy Shelley: Poems is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
In the first stanza, the wind blows the leaves of autumn, which also carries seeds to bloom in spring. That's as much as I get from this.
The poet offers that the wind over the Mediterranean Sea was an inspiration for the poem. Recognizing its power, the wind becomes a metaphor for nature’s awe-inspiring spirit. By the final stanza, the speaker has come to terms with the wind’s...