The speaker begins by addressing the flower, calling it a "Beautiful flower" and telling the beautiful flower that it grows very beautifully in this remote place where silence reigns, where instead of noise and chaos, going out, you can "retire" in "dull" serenity, a state preferred for contemplation and meditation. The speaker tells the beautiful natural plant what it already knows, but at the same time he allows his readers and listeners to accompany him on his little walk in nature. He continues to remind the flower that its convenient location in the wilderness allows it to "blow" without human hands caressing its petals, and although its small twigs remain invisible to the crowd of human eyes, it still joyfully greets those who happen. at him. Finally, the speaker makes a huge compliment to the little flower, noting that its hidden location allows it to remain not crushed by human feet and allows it to remain whole, since there is no way.
The interesting use of the word "tear" in the last line "Tears will not provoke a busy hand" is actually a pun on the word "tear". Although the best interpretation of the word "tear" here is "tear", "tear" or "tear", its meaning of pure salt water gushing from the eyes during crying can also be interpreted. However, the meaning of "teardrop" introduces a pathetic misconception, personifying a flower and suggesting that it will cry, is on the verge of an acceptable interpretation.
The speaker continues to describe the successful location of the flower, which, fortunately, has a beautiful shady tree that protects it from the scorching sun. The speaker also mentions that nature has dressed the flower in a natural white shade of color and planted it near a bubbling stream of water, necessary, of course, for all living wild and domestic. He is very pleased with the convenience of a suitable environment in which he found this thriving, lush plant. In this wonderful environment, this beautiful flower can spend the summer quietly, peacefully and without incident. He can enjoy his days and then lie comfortably at night. The speaker is probably creating an environment that he would like for himself — a serene, shaded place off the road where he could enjoy a quiet summer day and relax in peace and comfort at night.