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... before in no dejection, At this insidious recollection • A term well known in the
North of England, a applied to rural Festivals, where young persons meet in the
evening His heart with sudden joy is filled, — His ears tor the purpose of dancing.
While thus before my eyes he gleams, A Brother of the Leaves he seems ; When
in a moment forth he teems His little song in gushes : As if it pleased him to
disdain The voiceless Form he chose to feign, While he was dancing with the
train Of ...
A small cascade fresh swoln with snows Thus threatened a poor Briar-rose, That,
all bespattered with his foam, And dancing high, and dancing low, Was living, as
a child might know, In an unhappy home . " Dost thou presume my course to ...
Though, as if with eagle pinion, O'er the rocks the Chamois roam, Yet he has
some small dominion Where he feels himself at home. If on windy days the
Raven Gambol like a dancing skiff, Not the less he loves his haven Though the
But whence that faintly-rustling sound Which, all too long, the pair hath chased !
— A dancing leaf is close behind, Light plaything for the sportive wind Upon that
solitary waste. When Peter spies the withered leaf, It yields no cure to his distress,
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the kitten of the filling leaves bp[y willam words worth
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.