How is the glory of the God praised in the poem God grandeur?
Similarly, it is asked, what is the central idea of the poem God's grandeur?
The central idea of this poem is that the "grandeur of God" is so fundamentally a part of the world, which he created and "charged with" his power and beauty, that it can never entirely be "spent." It can appear, at times, that after generations of men have "trod" and "toiled" through the soil and earth God laid down,
Also Know, what is the significance of the repetition of the words have trod in the poem?
The repetition of the words 'have trod' highlights the commercial accounts of human generations following worldly pleasure. Our human generations are marching on from centuries to centuries continually and rearing, blearing and smearing the world.
"Seared" suggests injury. "Smeared" and "bleared" suggest dirt or defilement. All three words imply that something naturally beautiful has been damaged, and a sense of perception compromised. These words are the explanation for why people cannot see the grandeur of God.