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Night has brought the welcome hour, When the weary fingers feel Help, as if from
fairy power ; Dewy night o'ershades the ground ; Turn the swift wheel round and
round r Now, beneath the starry sky, Rest the widely-scattered sheep ; — Ply, ...
... the coldness of the night, Or the night's darkness, or its cheerful face Of beauty,
by the changing Moon adorned, Would, with imperious admonition, then Have
scored thine age, and punctually timed Thine infant history, on the minds of those
At all times of the day and night This wretched Woman thither goes ; And she is
known to every star, And every wind that blows ; And there, beside the Thorn, she
sits When the blue daylight's in the skies, And when the whirlwind's on the hill, ...
I've heard of one, a gentle Soul, Though given to sadness and to gloom, And for
the fact will vouch, — one night It chanced that by a taper's light This man was
reading in his room ; Reading, as you or I might read At night in any pious book, ...
Your presence I have often felt In darkness and the stormy night ; And well I know
, if need there be, Ye can put forth your agency When earth is calm, and heaven
is bright. Then, coming from the wayward world, That powerful world in which ye
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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.