… Romanticism has been dominant especially in English poetry, wherein poetry is classified into several phases and categories, which include the early Romantic poets, the Lake poets, and the Late Romantics or Satanist poets. The early Romantic poets are remarkable for their use of vivid imagery, especially in the works of William Blake and Robert Burns. In the poem The Poison Tree, Blake expresses his feelings of wrath and anger through effective use of imagery and symbolism, wherein Blake expresses his feelings by providing an analogy of Nature and its elements and processes that signify his growing, deep anger. Similarly, RobertBurns A Red, Red Rose is also an expression of deep feeling by using imagery and symbolism. The Lake poets, William Wordsworth and Samuel Coleridge, are known for their use of Nature as animated elements wherein the poets explosion of feelings are expressed. Examples of these poems that use Nature as equivalent to human feelings and emotions are To a Butterfly by Wordsworth and Frost at Midnight by Coleridge. Lastly, the late Romantic or Satanist poets are known for their expression of thoughts and feelings about death and sorrow. John Keats, Lord Byron, and Percy Shelley are late Romantic poets ..