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... Where no disturbance comes to intrude Upon the pensive solitude, Her
unsuspecting eye, perchance, With the rude Shepherd's favoured glance,
Beholds the Faeries in array, Whose party-coloured garments gay The silent
company betray ...
Land sometimes by the roving shepherd swain (Like the bright confines of
another world) Not doubtfully perceived. — Look homeward now ! In depth, in
height, in circuit, how serene The spectacle, how pure ! — Of Nature's works, In
earth, and ...
I stood in various thoughts and fancies lost, When one, who was in Shepherd's
garb attired, Came up the Hollow : — Him did I accost, And what this place might
be I then inquired. The Shepherd stopped, and that same story told Which in my ...
Gray-headed Shepherd, thou hast spoken well ; Small difference lies between
thy creed and mine : This Beast not unobserved by Nature fell ; His death was
mourned by sympathy divine. The Being, that is in the clouds and air, That is in
Henry, the subject of the Poem, was deprived of his estate and honours during
the space of twenty-four years; all whichtime he lived as a shepherd in Yorkshire,
or in Cumberland, where the estate of his Father-in-law (Sir Lancelot Tnrelkeld) ...
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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.