Plot - The Voice
1st two stanzas - past tense and retrospective, showing he misses Emma by reminiscing.
2nd two stanzas - present tense, and he is uncertain about how he will deal with his grief, and life without Emma.
Plot - Under the Waterfall
A domestic situation turns into a memory, and the memory turns into a flashback. The poem is transcendent all the way through, completely different to his other poems.
Plot - The Haunter
First three stanzas depict grief, confusion and turmoil, but the last stanza provides closure for Emma and Hardy.
There are tones of guilt-tripping with slight digs of "my faithful phantom" - which is ironic because Hardy wasn't faithful to Emma.
Plot - Neutral Tones
The plot here is circular and pessimistic throughout.
There is negative language in each stanza, such as "starving sod", "tedious riddles", "deadest" and "deceives".
The resolve, or lesson here is one of a pessimistic nature, with a bold statement of "keen lesson that love deceives" and this summarises the whole plot and feelings.
Plot - Convergence of the Twain
Half of the stanzas in this poem are about the humans, and half are about nature, because they are battling each other.
Nature wins the battle, due to fate and destiny created by God.