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The speaker in the poem compares nature to a god by using the word piety, which brings up the image of something sacred. He states that he has felt a deep connection to and reverence for nature ever since childhood. The phrase "natural piety" implies that the poet sees his contemplation of nature as a kind of religion or sacred devotion.
We suspect that the speaker doesn't mean literal days here, but rather his time on earth—his life. The glue, or rope, between these days is "natural piety." ... We think the speaker wants his days to be tied together by reverence and piety toward the natural world, rather than toward religion.
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