Nature Poetry: 'A Sunset' by Ari Banias
In this poem, we will see how a poet criticises modern society's relationship with the natural world. We will explore how the poet uses irony to convey his ideas around our obsession with capturing an image of nature, rather than actually appreciating its beauty.
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