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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 ...
... heart which Nature Furnishes to every Creature j Whatsoe'er we feel and know
Too sedate for outward show, Such a light of gladness breaks, Pretty Kitten ! from
thy freaks, — Spreads with such a living grace O'er my little Laura's face ; Yes, ...
Horn it was which none could sound, No one upon living ground, Save He who
came as rightful Heir To Egremont's Domains and Castle fair. Heirs from ages
without record Had the House of Lucie born, Who of right had claim'd the
'Tis Sir Eustace ; if it be Living Man, it must be he ! Thus Hubert thought in his
dismay, And by a Postern-gate he slunk away. Long, and long was he unheard of
: To his Brother then he came, Made confession, asked forgiveness, Asked it by a
And now, too happy for repose or rest, (Never had living man such joyful lot !) Sir
Walter walked all round, north, south, and west, And gazed and gazed upon that
darling spot. And climbing up the hill — (it was at least 218 HART-LEAP WELL.
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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.