He therefore tries to deduce what she could be talking about, whether it is a joy or sorrow and pain that make her sing. He does not understand why she sings in such a melancholic tone. As he walks away, the music lingers in his mind.[1] He does not understand what it meant but all the same there is that connection that he established with it.

He feels that the woman was so much connected with nature, that she and nature had a sort of sympathy and understanding of each other. It is therefore not a wonder that he compares her to the two birds as mentioned above, in an attempt to show how she and nature had intertwined.[2]

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