I don't know what happened in the past but Daisy has loved me since we got married ! We have our issues but we always love each other !
Daisy has always loved me since the moment we met. I treat her properly while you humiliate her everyday.
Gatsby vs. Nature
Why hasn't Daisy called me yet ? She promised she would call. No she will call ! I love her and she loves me !
I should go for a swim in the pool. I haven't used it all summer and it's practically fall.
Tom vs. Society
Did you know the deceased sir ?
No sir I did not.
*internally* Oh poor Myrtle ! How did this happen to her ? WHO COULD HAVE DONE THIS ?
At the Plaza Gatsby and Tom erupt into a heated argument over Daisy and who she loves. Tom insists that Daisy has always loved him since they got married. Gatsby argues that Daisy has always loved him since the very first day that they met, which was before she even knew Tom. The two men go head to head arguing over their different beliefs of who really has Daisy's heart. They both feel like they need to come to a conclusion of who Daisy really loves.
After the car accident that resulted in Myrtle's death, Gatsby was waiting for Daisy to call him. He decides that he wants to go for a swim in the pool before the upcoming fall. Gatsby asks for his butler to clean the leaves out of the pool. This an example of man vs. nature because Gatsby is trying to fight the changing of the seasons. He does not want to accept the oncoming reality both in his personal life and in the seasons.
When Tom found out that Myrtle had been killed in the car crash, he was devastated. Yet he knew that he had to keep his composure. It could not be publicly known that he and Myrtle had an affair. Tom knew that whatever feelings he did or did not have for Myrtle were irrelevant. She would never be accepted in the East Egg because she was not rich. Tom was struggling with the demands of society during this scene.