to a skylark it describes the skylark of his happiness and he want to fly higher and higher

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Oh, I love Shelley! The bird is a metaphor, of course. Although the poem does revel in the joy of nature, and the miracle of the skylark's flight, the true meaning of the poem is that we need to see our own lives mirrored in nature, and learn from nature's messages.
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