What does Thoreau mean when he says, "The earth is all alive and covered with papillae"? what do thes details tell us about the natural world in general

located in Spring and its the description of the booming ice

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This is all about the cycles of life and regeneration. The earth is covered with new buds (growth) and life is springing up again. Thoreau felt it essential to live with nature's natural rhythms.