The literary pieces stream with much information on the existence of humanity. The poets express themselves in the most genuine manner, conveying a particularly important subject concerning man and the natural world. In so many ways, human beings have interacted with the natural world and learned from the intricate details of nature the real existence and cause of events. The four poems, Grass, Cuttings, Birches, Stopping by the woods on a snowy evening, address the common theme of man and the natural world. In the particular poems, the subject is revealed as the individual factor that the poets base their recounting of experience. The interaction between man and the natural world could cause happiness or destruction.