The farm we visited on our class trip was bucolic and lovely, with sheep, cows, and horses pleasantly wandering through the rolling, green fields. The rural and bucolic landscape that day filled my head with compelling images of calm, pretty farmland and shepherds’ tending their flocks. Poets often mention such bucolic settings to invoke the idea of a simple and satisfying life lived in the country.
Quiz: What does it mean if a place is bucolic?
- It is related to life in the country.
- It is full of animals.
- It is inspiring to poets.