To the Lark

Figure descriptions
A man stands before a gate and looks out onto a field of grazing sheep. The man stands tall and holds his hat behind his back. The gate connects to a wooden fence, which demarcates the grazing field. There are trees and bushes around the perimeter of the field. A tree grows in the foreground; it is mostly leafless but has some growth on the upper branches. A bush stands behind the tree and there are wild flowers growing at the base. A secondary field divides the man from the area in which the tree grows. Illustration forms an upside-down L shape, which borders the poem text on the top and left edges. 2/3-page illustration contained within a single-ruled border.