When we talk about resurrection, we naturally think of religious concepts, whether they are those of Christianity or those of Buddhism. But in William Carlos Williams, we need not put religious concepts on the resurrection expressed in his poems. It is sure that Williams`s thought of resurrection is concerned with material, not with spirit. In the poems we examined in this paper, his thought of resurrection of material is expressed repeatedly, but rebirth of spirit is not evident. All the existing lives are visible representation of the invisible life-force and death is the transformation of the visible into the invisible. Although life-force in nature exists always, sometimes it is visible and sometimes not. Only when it enters into the material, for example, seeds, bushes etc, it becomes visible. Williams seems to think that the nature`s life-force doesn`t change and the nature keeps its life-force inside itself until water in spring spurs the life-force in natural objects to keep alive. Even though individual objects seem to live and die, their life-force remains the same whether it comes to be visible or invisible. When it comes to be visible, we call it a resurrection in William Carlos Williams`s works.