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In the beginning of man's life, he is an infant who can neither create memories nor reflect upon those made.
Spring is the youth of man, where they have no worries and nothing to hold them back. They can play like a child.
Summer is the reflection of man, where there is time to delve into the inner workings of his mind.
In autumn, man is content with being grounded towards earth, looking back with peace and happiness. He takes time to reflect without worry of things passing by.
Winter is the end of man’s life. If man did not arrive upon winter, he would live an immortal life without death. Man takes winter to contemplate and remind himself of his humanity.
Not explicitly mentioned in the poem itself, the actual death of man occurs after man has cycled through all four "seasons" of life, growing from his experiences and reflection upon them.
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