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The Astrologer was not unseen By solitary Benjamin : But total darkness came
anon, And he and every thing was gone. And suddenly a ruffling breeze, (That
would have sounded through the trees Had aught of sylvan growth been there)
When passing through this narrow strait, (Stony and dark and desolate,)
Benjamin can faintly hear A voice that comes from some one near : A female
voice : — " Whoe'er you be, Stop," it exclaimed, " and pity me." And, less in pity
than in ...
It is my Husband," softly said The Woman, as if half afraid : By this time she was
snug within, Through help of honest Benjamin ; She and her Babe, which to her
breast With thankfulness the mother pressed ; And now the same strong voice ...
His heart with sudden joy is filled, — His ears are by the music thrilled, His eyes
take pleasure in the road Glittering before him bright and broad ; And Benjamin is
wet and cold, And there are reasons manifold That make the good, tow'rds ...
A Bowl, a Bowl of double measure," Cries Benjamin, " A draught of length, To
Nelson, England's pride and treasure, Her bulwark and her tower of strength ! "
When Benjamin had seized the bowl, The Mastiff, from beneath the waggon,
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My favorite is "Solitary Reaper". When I first read it, I fell in love with the poem. It's like Wordsworth wrote it for me only.
I always feel understood and totally embraced everytime I read this poem and walk away with a full heart.