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Modest, yet withal an Elf Bold, and lavish of thyself; Since we needs must first
have met I have seen thee, high and low, Thirty years or more, and yet 'Twas a
face I did not know ; Thou hast now, go where I may, Fifty greetings in a day.
Hast thou then survived, Mild offspring of infirm humanity, Meek Infant ! among all
forlornest things The most forlorn, one life of that bright Star, The second glory of
the heavens ? — Thou hast j Already hast survived that great decay ; That ...
Once up, once down the hill, one journey, Babe, That will suffice thee ; and it
seems that now Thou hast fore-knowledge that such task is thine ; Thou travell'st
so contentedly, and sleep'st In such a heedless peace. Alas ! full soon Hath this ...
William Wordsworth. Ancient Castle, Woods, and Mountains Hear the challenge
with delight. Hubert ! though the blast be blown He is helpless and alone : Thou
hast a dungeon, speak the word ! And there he may be lodged, and thou be Lord.
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
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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.