Spring| Traditionally the first of the four seasons of the year in temperate regions, in which plants spring from the ground and trees come into blossom, following winter and preceding summer.| | Summer| Traditionally the second of the four seasons, marked by the longest and typically hottest days of the year due to the inclination of the earth and thermal lag. Typically regarded as being from June 22 to September 23 in parts of USA, and the months of December, January and February in the Southern Hemisphere.| | Autumn| Traditionally the third of the four seasons, when deciduous trees lose their leaves; typically regarded as being from September 24 to December 22 in parts of the Northern Hemisphere, and the months of March, April and May in the Southern Hemisphere.| | Winter| Traditionally the fourth of the four seasons, typically regarded as being from December 23 to March 20 in continental regions of the Northern Hemisphere or the months of June , July and August in the Southern Hemisphere .It is the time when the sun is lowest in the sky, resulting in short days, and the time of year with lowest atmospheric temperatures for the region.| | Canefields| | |
Gullies| 1) A trech, ravine or narrow channel which was worn by water flow, especially on a hillside.2 )A small valley.3 )A road drain| | Guango trees| | |
Logwood| A tree, Haematoxylum Campechianum, in the legume family, of great economic importance and growing throughout Central America| | Buttercup| Any of many herbs, of the genus Ranunculus, having yellow flowers; the crowfoot.| |
The poem is set in Jamaica. The poet uses nature and describes the weather being hot and wet. The poet also uses trees, bushes, flowers, and fruits to portray nature as alive and abundant. The weather is seen as bright and sunny with flowers in full bloom. If it turns we twith its torrential rain and gushing wind, or when water swirls on the ground...