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Let him dance Who can or will ; — my honest Soul, Our treat shall be a friendly
Bowl ! " He draws him to the door — " Come in, Come, come," cries he to
Benjamin ; And Benjamin — ah, woe is me ! Gave the word, — the horses heard
... by the dream brought forth : And all the happy souls that rode Transfigured
through that fresh abode, Had heretofore, ... And, till life's journey closed, the spot
Was to the Pilgrim's soul endeared, Where by that dream he had been cheered ...
Now, Coaches and Chariots ! roar on like a stream ; Here are twenty souls happy
as Souls in a dream : They are deaf to your murmurs — they care not for you, Nor
what ye are flying, nor what ye pursue ! XVII.STEPPING WESTWARD.
I marked the breathings of her dragon crest ; My soul in many a midnight vision
bowed Before the meanings which her spear expressed ; Whether the mighty
Beam, in scorn upheld, Threatened her foes, — or, pompously at rest, Seemed to
The godly book was in his hand — And, on the page more black than coal,
Appeared, set forth in strange array, A word — which to his dying day Perplexed
the good man's gentle soul. The ghostly word, which thus was framed, Did never
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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.