Your rispetto (though not technically a rispetto, but because of its construction and its coherence, I'll call it that) is good.
This work, in itself, is entirely up to the reader to decide what they feel and how they take into consideration the romanticism of this poem. Others, however, could take it in a Frost form of cynical naturalism. That is the key - the openness with which this work speaks of how the winter makes way for spring, leaving the protagonist to wonder whether the winter can preserve what spring could not.
Or even for that matter, whether spring could preserve, what winter could not?
In any case, the use of two juxtapositions to keep the ending open is good. Its an abstract idea (to this critic) so I'll take it as I see it:
a poem speaking of the coming of winter, wherein we must tread with caution. A sound word of advice to anyone who is willing to look out of the window: Do not go gentle into that good night.
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Well, there are many things to be honest - nature, an emotion I feel particularly strongly about, different people in my life - all of these things inspire me. But it takes a day of boredom, an hour of loneliness or a minute of old grief which lights the fire and gives life to the words I put down in a poem.