The poem "Marina" by T.S. Eliot is a beautiful explanation of the different features of nature we see everyday. The poet talks about oceans, animals, birds, winds, islands, mountains and many other forms of nature. When you read this poem, you get a feeling of gratification for the blessings God has showered on us in the form of different aspects of nature. The poet seems to be a very peaceful minded person, with a deep aesthetic sense of the world. In this poem, he is describing to his daughter what the different living as well as non-living things look like to teach her how to take pleasure and peace out of them. Even though the verses do not rhyme much, they give a smooth rhythm when you read the poem in a flow.