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ClassicPoetrySeriesWilliamWordsworthpoemsPublicationDate:Publisher:PoemHunterComTheWorld'sPoetryArchivewwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchiveWilliamWordsworth()Wordsworth,borninhisbelovedLakeDistrict,wasthesonofanattorneyHewenttoschoolfirstatPenrithandthenatHawksheadGrammarschoolbeforestudying,from,atStJohn'sCollege,CambridgeallofwhichperiodswerelatertobedescribedvividlyinThePreludeInhewentwithfriendsonawalkingtourtoFrance,theAlpsandItaly,beforearrivinginFrancewhereWordsworthwastospendthenextyearWhilstinFrancehefellinlovetwiceover:oncewithayoungFrenchwoman,AnnetteVallon,whosubsequentlyborehimadaughter,andthen,oncemore,withtheFrenchRevolutionReturningtoEnglandhewrote,andleftunpublished,hisLettertotheBishopofLlandaffatractinsupportoftheFrenchRevolutionarycauseIn,afterreceivingalegacy,WordsworthlivedwithhissisterDorothyfirstinDorsetandthenatAlfoxden,Dorset,closetoColeridgeIntheseyearshewrotemanyofhisgreatestpoemsandalsotravelledwithColeridgeandDorothy,inthewinterof,toGermanyTwoyearslaterthesecondandenlargededitionoftheLyricalBalladsappearedin,justoneyearbeforeWordsworthmarriedMaryHutchinsonThiswasfollowed,in,bythepublicationofPoemsinTwoVolumes,whichincludedthepoems'ResolutionandIndependence'and'IntimationsofImmortalityfromRecollectionsofEarlyChildhood'DuringthisperiodhealsomadenewfriendshipswithWalterScott,SirGBeaumontandDeQuincy,wrotesuchpoemsas'ElegaicStanzassuggestedbyaPictureofPeeleCastle'(),andfatheredfivechildrenHereceivedacivillistpensioninandwasmadepoetlaureatejustoneyearlaterTodayWordsworth'spoetryremainswidelyreadItsalmostuniversalappealisperhapsbestexplainedbyWordsworth'sownwordsontherole,forhim,ofpoetrywhathecalled"themostphilosophicalofallwriting"whoseobjectis"truthcarriedaliveintotheheartbypassion"wwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchive"ANarrowGirdleofRoughStonesandCrags,"Anarrowgirdleofroughstonesandcrags,Arudeandnaturalcauseway,interposedBetweenthewaterandawindingslopeOfcopseandthicket,leavestheeasternshoreOfGrasmeresafeinitsownprivacy:AndtheremyselfandtwobelovedFriends,OnecalmSeptembermorning,erethemistHadaltogetheryieldedtothesun,SaunteredonthisretiredanddifficultwayIllsuitstheroadwithoneinhastebutwePlayedwithourtimeand,aswestrolledalong,ItwasouroccupationtoobserveSuchobjectsasthewaveshadtossedashoreFeather,orleaf,orweed,orwitheredbough,Eachontheotherheaped,alongthelineOfthedrywreckAnd,inourvacantmood,NotseldomdidwestoptowatchsometuftOfdandelionseedorthistle'sbeard,Thatskimmedthesurfaceofthedeadcalmlake,Suddenlyhaltingnowalifelessstand!AndstartingoffagainwithfreakassuddenInallitssportivewanderings,allthewhile,MakingreportofaninvisiblebreezeThatwasitswings,itschariot,anditshorse,Itsplaymate,rathersay,itsmovingsoulAndoften,triflingwithaprivilegeAlikeindulgedtoall,wepaused,onenow,Andnowtheother,topointout,perchanceTopluck,someflowerorwaterweed,toofairEithertobedividedfromtheplaceOnwhichitgrew,ortobeleftaloneToitsownbeautyManysuchthereare,Fairfernsandflowers,andchieflythattallfern,Sostately,ofthequeenOsmundanamedPlantlovelier,initsownretiredabodeOnGrasmere'sbeach,thanNaiadbythesideOfGrecianbrook,orLadyoftheMere,SolesittingbytheshoresofoldromanceSofaredwethatbrightmorning:fromthefieldsMeanwhile,anoisewasheard,thebusymirthOfreapers,menandwomen,boysandgirlsDelightedmuchtolistentothosesounds,Andfeedingthusourfancies,weadvancedAlongtheindentedshorewhensuddenly,ThroughathinveilofglitteringhazewasseenBeforeus,onapointofjuttingland,ThetallanduprightfigureofaManAttiredinpeasant'sgarb,whostoodalone,Anglingbesidethemarginofthelake"Improvidentandreckless,"weexclaimed,"TheManmustbe,whothuscanloseadayOfthemidharvest,whenthelabourer'shirewwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchiveIsample,andsomelittlemightbestoredWherewithtocheerhiminthewintertime"ThustalkingofthatPeasant,weapproachedClosetothespotwherewithhisrodandlineHestoodalonewhereatheturnedhisheadTogreetusandwesawaMamworndownBysickness,gauntandlean,withsunkencheeksAndwastedlimbs,hislegssolongandleanThatformysingleselfIlookedatthem,ForgetfulofthebodytheysustainedTooweaktolabourintheharvestfield,TheManwasusinghisbestskilltogainApittancefromthedeadunfeelinglakeThatknewnotofhiswantsIwillnotsayWhatthoughtsimmediatelywereours,norhowThehappyidlenessofthatsweetmorn,Withallitslovelyimages,waschangedToseriousmusingandtoselfreproachNordidwefailtoseewithinourselvesWhatneedthereistobereservedinspeech,AndtemperallourthoughtswithcharityTherefore,unwillingtoforgetthatday,MyFriend,Myself,andShewhothenreceivedThesameadmonishment,havecalledtheplaceByamemorialname,uncouthindeedAse'erbymarinerwasgiventobayOrforeland,onanewdiscoveredcoastAndPOINTRASHJUDGMENTisthenameitbearsWilliamWordsworthwwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchive"AWhirlBlastfromBehindtheHill"AWhirlBlastfrombehindthehillRushedo'erthewoodwithstartlingsoundThenallatoncetheairwasstill,AndshowersofhailstonespatteredroundWhereleaflessoakstoweredhighabove,IsatwithinanundergroveOftallesthollies,tallandgreenAfairerbowerwasneverseenFromyeartoyearthespaciousfloorWithwitheredleavesiscoveredo'er,AndalltheyearthebowerisgreenButsee!where'erthehailstonesdropThewitheredleavesallskipandhopThere'snotabreezenobreathofairYethere,andthere,andeverywhereAlongthefloor,beneaththeshadeBythoseemboweringholliesmade,Theleavesinmyriadsjumpandspring,AsifwithpipesandmusicrareSomeRobinGoodfellowwerethere,Andallthoseleaves,infestiveglee,WeredancingtotheminstrelsyWilliamWordsworthwwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchive"CalmisallNatureasaRestingWheel"CalmisallnatureasarestingwheelThekinearecoucheduponthedewygrassThehorsealone,seendimlyasIpass,Iscroppingaudiblyhislatermeal:DarkisthegroundaslumberseemstostealO'ervale,andmountain,andthestarlessskyNow,inthisblankofthings,aharmony,Homefelt,andhomecreated,comestohealThatgriefforwhichthesensesstillsupplyFreshfoodforonlythen,whenmemoryIshushed,amIatrestMyFriends!restrainThosebusycaresthatwouldallaymypainOh!leavemetomyself,norletmefeelTheofficioustouchthatmakesmedroopagainWilliamWordsworthwwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchive"IWanderedLonelyasaCloud"IwanderedlonelyasacloudThatfloatsonhigho'ervalesandhills,WhenallatonceIsawacrowd,Ahost,ofgoldendaffodilsBesidethelake,beneaththetrees,FlutteringanddancinginthebreezeContinuousasthestarsthatshineAndtwinkleonthemilkyway,TheystretchedinneverendinglineAlongthemarginofabay:TenthousandsawIataglance,TossingtheirheadsinsprightlydanceThewavesbesidethemdancedbuttheyOutdidthesparklingwavesinglee:Apoetcouldnotbutbegay,Insuchajocundcompany:IgazedandgazedbutlittlethoughtWhatwealththeshowtomehadbrought:Foroft,whenonmycouchIlieInvacantorinpensivemood,TheyflashuponthatinwardeyeWhichistheblissofsolitudeAndthenmyheartwithpleasurefills,AnddanceswiththedaffodilsWilliamWordsworthwwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchive"ItwasanAprilmorning:freshandclear"ItwasanAprilmorning:freshandclearTheRivulet,delightinginitsstrength,Ranwithayoungman'sspeedandyetthevoiceOfwaterswhichthewinterhadsuppliedWassofteneddownintoavernaltoneThespiritofenjoymentanddesire,Andhopesandwishes,fromalllivingthingsWentcircling,likeamultitudeofsoundsThebuddinggrovesseemedeagertourgeonThestepsofJuneasiftheirvarioushuesWereonlyhindrancesthatstoodbetweenThemandtheirobject:but,meanwhile,prevailedSuchanentirecontentmentintheairThateverynakedash,andtardytreeYetleafless,showedasifthecountenanceWithwhichitlookedonthisdelightfuldayWerenativetothesummerUpthebrookIroamedintheconfusionofmyheart,AlivetoallthingsandforgettingallAtlengthItoasuddenturningcameInthiscontinuousglen,wheredownarockTheStream,soardentinitscoursebefore,Sentforthsuchsalliesofgladsound,thatallWhichItillthenhadheard,appearedthevoiceOfcommonpleasure:beastandbird,thelamb,Theshepherd'sdog,thelinnetandthethrushViedwiththiswaterfall,andmadeasong,Which,whileIlistened,seemedlikethewildgrowthOrlikesomenaturalproduceoftheair,ThatcouldnotceasetobeGreenleaveswerehereBut'twasthefoliageoftherocksthebirch,Theyew,theholly,andthebrightgreenthorn,Withhangingislandsofresplendentfurze:And,onasummit,distantashortspace,Byanywhoshouldlookbeyondthedell,AsinglemountaincottagemightbeseenIgazedandgazed,andtomyselfIsaid,"Ourthoughtsatleastareoursandthiswildnook,MyEMMA,Iwilldedicatetothee"Soondidthespotbecomemyotherhome,Mydwelling,andmyoutofdoorsabodeAnd,oftheShepherdswhohaveseenmethere,TowhomIsometimesinouridletalkHavetoldthisfancy,twoorthree,perhaps,Yearsafterwearegoneandinourgraves,Whentheyhavecausetospeakofthiswildplace,MaycallitbythenameofEMMA'SDELLWilliamWordsworthwwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchive"SheDweltAmongUntroddenWays"ShedweltamongtheuntroddenwaysBesidethespringsofDove,MaidwhomtherewerenonetopraiseAndveryfewtolove:AvioletbyamosytoneHalfhiddenfromtheeye!Fairasastar,whenonlyoneIsshiningintheskyShelivedunknown,andfewcouldknowWhenLucyceasedtobeButsheisinhergrave,and,oh,Thedifferencetome!WilliamWordsworthwwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchive"SheWasaPhantomofDelight"ShewasaphantomofdelightWhenfirstshegleameduponmysightAlovelyApparition,sentTobeamoment'sornamentHereyesasstarsofTwilightfairLikeTwilight's,too,herduskyhairButallthingselseaboutherdrawnFromMaytimeandthecheerfulDawnAdancingShape,anImagegay,Tohaunt,tostartle,andwaylayIsawheruponanearerview,ASpirit,yetaWomantoo!Herhouseholdmotionslightandfree,AndstepsofvirginlibertyAcountenanceinwhichdidmeetSweetrecords,promisesassweetACreaturenottoobrightorgoodForhumannature'sdailyfoodFortransientsorrows,simplewiles,Praise,blame,love,kisses,tearsandsmilesAndnowIseewitheyesereneTheverypulseofthemachineABeingbreathingthoughtfulbreath,ATravelerbetweenlifeanddeathThereasonfirm,thetemperatewill,Endurance,foresight,strength,andskillAperfectWoman,noblyplanned,Towarm,tocomfort,andcommandAndyetaSpiritstill,andbright,WithsomethingofangeliclightWilliamWordsworthwwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchive"StrangeFitsofPassionHaveIKnown"StrangefitsofpassionhaveIknown:AndIwilldaretotell,Butinthelover'searalone,WhatoncetomebefellWhensheIlovedlookedeverydayFreshasaroseinJune,Itohercottagebentmyway,BeneathaneveningmoonUponthemoonIfixedmyeye,AlloverthewideleaWithquickeningpacemyhorsedrewnighThosepathssodeartomeAndnowwereachedtheorchardplotAnd,asweclimbedthehill,ThesinkingmoontoLucy'scotCamenear,andnearerstillInoneofthosesweetdreamsIslept,KindNature'sgentlestboon!AndallthewhilemyeyeIkeptOnthedescendingmoonMyhorsemovedonhoofafterhoofHeraised,andneverstopped:Whendownbehindthecottageroof,Atonce,thebrightmoondroppedWhatfondandwaywardthoughtswillslideIntoaLover'shead!"Omercy!"tomyselfIcried,"IfLucyhouldbedead!"WilliamWordsworthwwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchive"SurprisedbyJoyImpatientastheWind"SurprisedbyjoyimpatientastheWindIturnedtosharethetransportOh!withwhomButThee,deepburiedinthesilenttomb,ThatspotwhichnovicissitudecanfindLove,faithfullove,recalledtheetomymindButhowcouldIforgettheeThroughwhatpower,Evenfortheleastdivisionofanhour,HaveIbeensobeguiledastobeblindTomymostgrievouslossThatthought'sreturnWastheworstpangthatsorroweverbore,Saveone,oneonly,whenIstoodforlorn,Knowingmyheart'sbesttreasurewasnomoreThatneitherpresenttime,noryearsunbornCouldtomysightthatheavenlyfacerestoreWilliamWordsworthwwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchive"TheWorldIsToMuchWithUsLateandSoon"Theworldistoomuchwithuslateandsoon,Gettingandspending,welaywasteourpowers:LittleweseeinNaturethatisoursWehavegivenourheartsaway,asordidboon!ThisSeathatbaresherbosomtothemoonThewindsthatwillbehowlingatallhours,AndareupgatherednowlikesleepingflowersForthis,foreverything,weareoutoftune,ItmovesusnotGreatGod!I'dratherbeAPagansuckledinacreedoutwornSomightI,standingonthispleasantlea,HaveglimpsesthatwouldmakemelessforlornHavesightofProteusrisingfromtheseaOrhearoldTritonblowhiswreathedhornWilliamWordsworthwwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchive"ThereisanEminence,oftheseourhills"ThereisanEminence,oftheseourhillsThelastthatparleyswiththesettingsunWecanbeholditfromourorchardseatAnd,whenateveningwepursueoutwalkAlongthepublicway,thisPeak,sohighAboveus,andsodistantinitsheight,IsvisibleandoftenseemstosendItsowndeepquiettorestoreourheartsThemeteorsmakeofitafavouritehaunt:ThestarofJove,sobeautifulandlargeInthemidheavens,isneverhalfsofairAswhenheshinesaboveit'TisintruthTheloneliestplacewehaveamongthecloudsAndShewhodwellswithme,whomIhavelovedWithsuchcommunion,thatnoplaceonearthCaneverbeasolitudetome,HathtothislonelySummitgivenmyNameWilliamWordsworthwwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchive"ThreeYearsSheGrewinSunandShower,"Threeyearsshegrewinsunandshower,ThenNaturesaid,"AlovelierflowerOnearthwasneversownThisChildItomyselfwilltakeSheshallbemine,andIwillmakeALadyofmyown"MyselfwilltomydarlingbeBothlawandimpulse:andwithmeTheGirl,inrockandplainInearthandheaven,ingladeandbower,ShallfeelanoverseeingpowerTokindleorrestrain"SheshallbesportiveasthefawnThatwildwithgleeacrossthelawnOrupthemountainspringsAndher'sshallbethebreathingbalm,Andher'sthesilenceandthecalmOfmuteinsensatethings"ThefloatingcloudstheirstateshalllendToherforherthewillowbendNorshallshefailtoseeEveninthemotionsoftheStormGracethatshallmoldtheMaiden'sformBysilentsympathy"ThestarsofmidnightshallbedearToherandsheshallleanherearInmanyasecretplaceWhererivuletsdancetheirwaywardround,AndbeautybornofmurmuringsoundShallpassintoherface"AndvitalfeelingsofdelightShallrearherformtostatelyheight,HervirginbosomswellSuchthoughtstoLucyIwillgiveWhilesheandItogetherliveHereinthishappydell"ThusNaturespakeTheworkwasdoneHowsoonmyLucy'sracewasrun!Shedied,andlefttomeThisheath,thiscalm,andquietsceneThememoryofwhathasbeen,AndnevermorewillbeWilliamWordsworthwwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchive"'TisSaid,ThatSomeHaveDiedForLove"'Tissaid,thatsomehavediedforlove:AndhereandthereachurchyardgraveisfoundInthecoldnorth'sunhallowedground,Becausethewretchedmanhimselfhadslain,HislovewassuchagrievouspainAndthereisonewhomIfiveyearshaveknownHedwellsaloneUponHelvellyn'sside:HelovedtheprettyBarbaradiedAndthushemakeshismoan:ThreeyearshadBarbarainhergravebeenlaidWhenthushismoanhemade:"Oh,move,thouCottage,frombehindthatoak!Orlettheagedtreeuprootedlie,ThatinsomeotherwayyonsmokeMaymountintothesky!ThecloudspassontheyfromtheheavensdepartIlooktheskyisemptyspaceIknownotwhatItraceButwhenIceasetolook,myhandisonmyheart"Oh!whataweightisintheseshades!Yeleaves,Thatmurmuroncesodear,whenwillitceaseYoursoundmyheartofrestbereaves,ItrobsmyheartofpeaceThouThrush,thatsingestloudandloudandfree,Intoyonrowofwillowsflit,UponthataldersitOrsinganothersong,orchooseanothertree"Rollback,sweetRill!backtothymountainbounds,Andthereforeverbethywaterschained!ForthoudosthaunttheairwithsoundsThatcannotbesustainedIfstillbeneaththatpinetree'sraggedboughHeadlongyonwaterfallmustcome,Ohletitthenbedumb!Beanything,sweetRill,butthatwhichthouartnow"ThouEglantine,sobrightwithsunnyshowers,Proudasarainbowspanninghalfthevale,Thouonefairshrub,oh!shedthyflowers,AndstirnotinthegaleForthustoseetheenoddingintheair,Toseethyarchthusstretchandbend,Thusriseandthusdescend,DisturbsmetillthesightismorethanIcandear"TheManwhomakesthisfeverishcomplaintIsoneofgiantstature,whocoulddanceEquippedfromheadtofootinironmailwwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchiveAhgentleLove!ifeverthoughtwasthineTostoreupkindredhoursforme,thyfaceTurnfromme,gentleLove!norletmewalkWithinthesoundofEmma'svoice,norknowSuchhappinessasIhaveknowntodayWilliamWordsworthwwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchive"WithShipstheSeawasSprinkledFarandNigh,"Withshipstheseawassprinkledfarandnigh,Likestarsinheaven,andjoyouslyitshowedSomelyingfastatanchorintheroad,Someveeringupanddown,oneknewnotwhyAgoodlyvesseldidIthenespyComelikeagiantfromahavenbroadAndlustilyalongthebayshestrode,Hertacklingrich,andofapparelhighTheshipwasnoughttome,norItoher,YetIpursuedherwithalover'slookThisshiptoalltherestdidIprefer:Whenwillsheturn,andwhitherShewillbrookNotarryingwhereshecomesthewindsmuststir:Onwentshe,andduenorthherjourneytookWilliamWordsworthwwwPoemHuntercomTheWorld'sPoetryArchiveACharacterImarvelhowNaturecouldeverfindspaceForsomanystrangecontrastsinonehumanface:There'sthoughtandnothought,andthere'spalenessandbloomAndbustleandsluggishness,pleasureandgloomThere'sweakness,andstrengthbothredundantandvainSuchstrengthas,ifeverafflictionandpainCouldpiercethroughatemperthat'ssofttodisease,Wouldberationalpeaceaphilosopher'seaseThere'sindifference,alikewhenhefailsorsucceeds,AndattentionfulltentimesasmuchasthereneedsPridewherethere'snoenvy,there'ssomuchofjoyAndmildness,andspiritbothforwardandcoyThere'sfreedom,

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