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That far-off tinkling's drowsy cheer, Mixed with a faint yet grating sound In a
moment lost and found, The Wain announces — by whose side, Along the banks
of Rydal Mere, He paces on, a trusty Guide, — Listen ! you can scarcely hear !
Intent to use his utmost haste, Gained ground upon the Waggon fast And gives
another lusty cheer ; For, spite of rumbling of the wheels, A welcome greeting he
can hear ; — It is a fiddle in its glee Dinning from the CHERRY TREE ! Thence
I know that Wanton's noisy station, I know him and his occupation ; The jolly Bird
hath learned his cheer On the banks of Windermere ; Where a tribe of them make
merry, Mocking the Man that keeps the Ferry ; Hallooing from an open throat, ...
... both are happy at this hour, Though each is but a lonely Tower : — But here is
perfect joy and pride For one fairJHouse by Emont's side, This day distinguished
without peer To see her Master and to cheer ; Him, and his Lady Mother dear !
Whether to cheer his coward breast, Or that he could not break the chain, In this
serene and solemn hour. Twined round him by demoniac power, To the blind
work he turned again. — Among the rocks and winding crags — Among the ...
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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.