That far - off tinkling ' s drowsy cheer , Mixed with a faint yet grating sound In a
moment lost and found , The Wain announces — by whose side , Along the
banks of Rydal Mere , He paces on , a trusty Guide , - . Listen ! you can scarcely
Intent to use his utmost haste , Gained ground upon the Waggon fast And gives
another lusty cheer ; Por , spite of rumbling of the wheels , A welcome greeting he
can hear ;It is a fiddle in its glee Dinning from the CHERRY TREE ! Thence the ...
I know that Wanton ' s noisy station , I know him and his occupation ; The jolly
Bird hath learned his cheer On the banks of Windermere ; Where a tribe of them
make merry , . . Mocking the Man that keeps the Ferry ; Hallooing from an open ...
... both are happy at this hour , Though each is but a lonely Tower :But here is
perfect joy and pride For one fair House by Emont ' s side , This day distinguished
without peer To see her Master and to cheer ; Him , and his Lady Mother dear !
Whether to cheer his coward breast , Or that he could not break the chain , In this
serene and solemn hour , Twined round him by demoniac power , To the blind
work he turned again . - Among the rocks and winding crags - Among the ...
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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.