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A POET! HE HATH PUT HIS HEART TO SCHOOL POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

A POET! HE HATH PUT HIS HEART TO SCHOOL POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

A poet!--He hath put his heart to school, Nor dares to move unpropped upon the staff Which art hath lodged within his hand--must laugh By precept only, and shed tears by rule. ...

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EXTRACT FROM THE CONCLUSION OF A POEM COMPOSED IN ANTICIPATION OF LEAVING SCHOOL POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

EXTRACT FROM THE CONCLUSION OF A POEM COMPOSED IN ANTICIPATION OF LEAVING SCHOOL POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

DEAR native regions, I foretell, From what I feel at this farewell, That, wheresoe'er my steps may tend, And whensoe'er my course shall end, If in that hour a single tie ...

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Extract From The Conclusion Of A Poem Composed In Anticipation Of Leaving School by William Wordsworth

Extract From The Conclusion Of A Poem Composed In Anticipation Of Leaving School by William Wordsworth

DEAR native regions, I foretell,From what I feel at this farewell,That, wheresoe'er my steps may tend,And whensoe'er my course shall end,If in that hour a single tieSurvive of ...

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THE SCHOOLBOY POEM BY WILLIAM BLAKE

THE SCHOOLBOY POEM BY WILLIAM BLAKE

I love to rise in a summer morn When the birds sing on every tree; The distant huntsman winds his horn, And the skylark sings with me. O! what sweet company! But to go to ...

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ADDRESS TO THE SCHOLARS OF THE VILLAGE SCHOOL OF — POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

ADDRESS TO THE SCHOLARS OF THE VILLAGE SCHOOL OF — POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

I come, ye little noisy Crew, Not long your pastime to prevent; I heard the blessing which to you Our common Friend and Father sent. I kissed his cheek before he ...

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LINES WRITTEN AS A SCHOOL EXERCISE AT HAWKSHEAD, ANNO AETATIS POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

LINES WRITTEN AS A SCHOOL EXERCISE AT HAWKSHEAD, ANNO AETATIS POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

'And has the Sun his flaming chariot driven Two hundred times around the ring of heaven, Since Science first, with all her sacred train, Beneath yon roof began her heavenly ...

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THE PRELUDE, BOOK 1: CHILDHOOD AND SCHOOL-TIME POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

THE PRELUDE, BOOK 1: CHILDHOOD AND SCHOOL-TIME POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

--Was it for this That one, the fairest of all Rivers, lov'd To blend his murmurs with my Nurse's song, And from his alder shades and rocky falls, And from his fords and ...

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BOOK FIRST (INTRODUCTION-CHILDHOOD AND SCHOOL TIME) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

BOOK FIRST (INTRODUCTION-CHILDHOOD AND SCHOOL TIME) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

OH there is blessing in this gentle breeze, A visitant that while it fans my cheek Doth seem half-conscious of the joy it brings From the green fields, and from yon azure ...

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THE PRELUDE, BOOK 2: SCHOOL-TIME (CONTINUED) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

THE PRELUDE, BOOK 2: SCHOOL-TIME (CONTINUED) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

Thus far, O Friend! have we, though leaving much Unvisited, endeavour'd to retrace My life through its first years, and measured back The way I travell'd when I first began To ...

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BOOK SECOND (SCHOOL-TIME CONTINUED) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

BOOK SECOND (SCHOOL-TIME CONTINUED) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

THUS far, O Friend! have we, though leaving much Unvisited, endeavoured to retrace The simple ways in which my childhood walked; Those chiefly that first led me to the love Of ...

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Knowledge Confined In Paper (Prose Poem) by Muzahidul Reza

Knowledge Confined In Paper (Prose Poem) by Muzahidul Reza

Sharpening the cells in cerebrum and cerebellum Through meditation, arts, knowledge and strategyWith emotion, motion of sad and happy persons From the history up to date and the ...

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The Easterbunny And Angie’s Boy (Tit-For-Tat-Poem) by Herbert Nehrlich

The Easterbunny And Angie’s Boy (Tit-For-Tat-Poem) by Herbert Nehrlich

The Easterbunny came and laida dozen eggs, there, in the shade.As Angie's son rolled out of bedand to the Bunny he then said: 'I am eleven, almost twelveand in my schoolwork I ...

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Allan’s Lost Sex Poem by Herbert Nehrlich

Allan’s Lost Sex Poem by Herbert Nehrlich

Late at night, he didn't looka Tweed Heads man, a likely crookclimbed up the downpipe with his legsand stole the poem about sex.He took the page and made a flyerand climbed some ...

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Stanzas To A Lady, With The Poems Of Camoëns by George Gordon Byron

Stanzas To A Lady, With The Poems Of Camoëns by George Gordon Byron

This votive pledge of fond esteem,Perhaps, dear girl! for me thou'lt prize;It sings of Love's enchanting dream, A theme we never can despise.Who blames it but the envious fool,The ...

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Within And Without: Part Ii: A Dramatic Poem by George MacDonald

Within And Without: Part Ii: A Dramatic Poem by George MacDonald

Hark, hark, a voice amid the quiet intense! It is thy Duty waiting thee without. Rise from thy knees in hope, the half of doubt; A hand doth pull thee-it is Providence; Open ...

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On Reading Poems Of Chesterton by Francis Duggan

On Reading Poems Of Chesterton by Francis Duggan

That his verse is still quite popular not hard to understandFor he was quite a wordsmith and his fame spread beyond EnglandAnd like his great mate Hilaire Belloc he composed more ...

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Phi Beta Kappa Poem by Bliss William Carman

Phi Beta Kappa Poem by Bliss William Carman

Harvard, 1914SIR, friends, and scholars, we are here to serveA high occasion. Our New England wearsAll her unrivalled beauty as of old;And June, with scent of bayberry and roseAnd ...

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The Minneapolis Poem by James Arlington Wright

The Minneapolis Poem by James Arlington Wright

to John Logan1 I wonder how many old men last winter Hungry and frightened by namelessness prowled The Mississippi shore Lashed blind by the wind, dreaming Of suicide in the ...

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Matthew Arnold On Hearing Him Read His Poems In Boston by Katharine Lee Bates

Matthew Arnold On Hearing Him Read His Poems In Boston by Katharine Lee Bates

A stranger, schooled to gentle arts, He stept before the curious throng; His path into our waiting hearts Already paved by song. Full well we knew his ...

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The Norsemen ( From Narrative And Legendary Poems ) by John Greenleaf Whittier

The Norsemen ( From Narrative And Legendary Poems ) by John Greenleaf Whittier

. GIFT from the cold and silent Past! A relic to the present cast, Left on the ever-changing strand Of shifting and unstable sand, Which wastes beneath the steady chime And ...

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Poem At The Centennial Anniversary Dinner Of The Massachusetts Medical Society by Oliver Wendell Holmes

Poem At The Centennial Anniversary Dinner Of The Massachusetts Medical Society by Oliver Wendell Holmes

JUNE 8, 1881THREE paths there be where Learning's favored sons,Trained in the schools which hold her favored ones,Follow their several stars with separate aim;Each has its honors, ...

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Poem For The Two Hundred And Fiftieth Anniversary Of The Founding Of Harvard College by Oliver Wendell Holmes

Poem For The Two Hundred And Fiftieth Anniversary Of The Founding Of Harvard College by Oliver Wendell Holmes

TWICE had the mellowing sun of autumn crownedThe hundredth circle of his yearly round,When, as we meet to-day, our fathers met:That joyous gathering who can e'er forget,When ...

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Poems With Difference by Hasmukh Amathalal

Poems With Difference by Hasmukh Amathalal

How does the imagination strike the mind? Does the brain allow them place to find? Why they are termed as crazy and dreamy persons? Does this statement find any favour with ...

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HEARTFELT POEMS – SHUBHA SAGAR

HEARTFELT POEMS – SHUBHA SAGAR

BOOK REVIEW SOUL STIRRING STORIES Book Title – Heartfelt poems Author – Shubha Sagar Publishers – Notionpress Book format – Paperback Review by – Dr.Niveditha ...

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THE DOUBLE VISION OF MICHAEL ROBARTES POEM BY WILLIAM BUTLET YEARS

THE DOUBLE VISION OF MICHAEL ROBARTES POEM BY WILLIAM BUTLET YEARS

I ON the grey rock of Cashel the mind's eye Has called up the cold spirits that are born When the old moon is vanished from the sky And the new still hides her horn. Under ...

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WHAT THEN? POEM BY WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS

WHAT THEN? POEM BY WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS

HIS chosen comrades thought at school He must grow a famous man; He thought the same and lived by rule, All his twenties crammed with toil; 'What then?' sang Plato's ghost. ...

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THE EVERLASTIN GOSPEL POEM BY WILLIAM BLAKE

THE EVERLASTIN GOSPEL POEM BY WILLIAM BLAKE

The vision of Christ that thou dost see Is my vision’s greatest enemy. Thine has a great hook nose like thine; Mine has a snub nose like to mine. Thine is the Friend of ...

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JERUSALEM: I SEE THE OFUR-FOLD MAN, THE UMANITY IN DEADLY SLEEP POEM BY WILLIAM BLAKE

JERUSALEM: I SEE THE OFUR-FOLD MAN, THE UMANITY IN DEADLY SLEEP POEM BY WILLIAM BLAKE

I see the Four-fold Man, The Humanity in deadly sleep And its fallen Emanation, the Spectre and its cruel Shadow. I see the Past, Present and Future existing all at once Before ...

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I SEE THE FOUR-FOLD MAN POEM BY WILLIAM BLAKE

I SEE THE FOUR-FOLD MAN POEM BY WILLIAM BLAKE

I see the Four-fold Man, The Humanity in deadly sleep And its fallen Emanation, the Spectre and its cruel Shadow. I see the Past, Present and Future existing all at once Before ...

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AN EVENING WALK, ADDRESSED TO A YOUNG LADY POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

AN EVENING WALK, ADDRESSED TO A YOUNG LADY POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

The young Lady to whom this was addressed was my Sister. It was composed at school, and during my two first College vacations. There is not an image in it which I have not ...

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ODE TO DUTY POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

ODE TO DUTY POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

STERN Daughter of the Voice of God! O Duty! if that name thou love, Who art a light to guide, a rod To check the erring and reprove; Thou, who art victory and law When empty ...

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DION POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

DION POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

See Plutarch. Serene, and fitted to embrace, Where'er he turned, a swan-like grace Of haughtiness without pretence, And to unfold a still magnificence, Was princely Dion, in ...

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THE BROTHERS POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

THE BROTHERS POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

'These Tourists, heaven preserve us! needs must live A profitable life: some glance along, Rapid and gay, as if the earth were air, And they were butterflies to wheel about ...

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RURAL ARCHITECTURE POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

RURAL ARCHITECTURE POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

There's George Fisher, Charles Fleming, and Reginald Shore, Three rosy-cheeked school-boys, the highest not more Than the height of a counsellor's bag; To the top of GREAT HOW ...

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THERE WAS A BOY POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

THERE WAS A BOY POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

There was a Boy; ye knew him well, ye cliffs And islands of Winander!--many a time, At evening, when the earliest stars began To move along the edges of the hills, Rising or ...

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BOOK EIGHTH: RETROSPECT–LOVE OF NATURE LEADING TO LOVE OF MAN POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

BOOK EIGHTH: RETROSPECT–LOVE OF NATURE LEADING TO LOVE OF MAN POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

WHAT sounds are those, Helvellyn, that are heard Up to thy summit, through the depth of air Ascending, as if distance had the power To make the sounds more audible? What crowd ...

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ALAS WHAT BOOTS THE LONG LABORIOUS QUEST POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

ALAS WHAT BOOTS THE LONG LABORIOUS QUEST POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

ALAS! what boots the long laborious quest Of moral prudence, sought through good and ill; Or pains abstruse-to elevate the will, And lead us on to that transcendent rest Where ...

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THE TWO APRIL MORNINGS POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

THE TWO APRIL MORNINGS POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

We walked along, while bright and red Uprose the morning sun; And Matthew stopped, he looked, and said, 'The will of God be done!' A village schoolmaster was he, With hair ...

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COMPOSED WHILE THE AUTHOR WAS ENGAGED IN WRITING A TRACT OCCASIONED BY THE CONVENTION OF CINTRA POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

COMPOSED WHILE THE AUTHOR WAS ENGAGED IN WRITING A TRACT OCCASIONED BY THE CONVENTION OF CINTRA POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

NOT 'mid the world's vain objects that enslave The free-born Soul--that World whose vaunted skill In selfish interest perverts the will, Whose factions lead astray the wise and ...

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BOOK FIFTH-BOOKS POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

BOOK FIFTH-BOOKS POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

WHEN Contemplation, like the night-calm felt Through earth and sky, spreads widely, and sends deep Into the soul its tranquillising power, Even then I sometimes grieve for ...

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BOOK SEVENTH (RESIDENCE IN LONDON) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

BOOK SEVENTH (RESIDENCE IN LONDON) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

SIX changeful years have vanished since I first Poured out (saluted by that quickening breeze Which met me issuing from the City's walls) A glad preamble to this Verse: I sang ...

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MATTHEW POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

MATTHEW POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

IF Nature, for a favourite child, In thee hath tempered so her clay, That every hour thy heart runs wild, Yet never once doth go astray, Read o'er these lines; and then ...

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TO THE CUCKOO POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

TO THE CUCKOO POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

O BLITHE New-comer! I have heard, I hear thee and rejoice. O Cuckoo! Shall I call thee Bird, Or but a wandering Voice? While I am lying on the grass Thy twofold shout I ...

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BOOK FOURTH (SUMMER VACATION) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

BOOK FOURTH (SUMMER VACATION) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

BRIGHT was the summer's noon when quickening steps Followed each other till a dreary moor Was crossed, a bare ridge clomb, upon whose top Standing alone, as from a rampart's ...

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BOOK TENTH (RESIDENCE IN FRANCE CONTINUED) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

BOOK TENTH (RESIDENCE IN FRANCE CONTINUED) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

IT was a beautiful and silent day That overspread the countenance of earth, Then fading with unusual quietness,-- A day as beautiful as e'er was given To soothe regret, though ...

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TO THE CUCKOO POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

TO THE CUCKOO POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

O BLITHE New-comer! I have heard, I hear thee and rejoice. O Cuckoo! Shall I call thee Bird, Or but a wandering Voice? While I am lying on the grass Thy twofold shout I ...

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BOOK FOURTH (SUMMER VACATION) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

BOOK FOURTH (SUMMER VACATION) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

BRIGHT was the summer's noon when quickening steps Followed each other till a dreary moor Was crossed, a bare ridge clomb, upon whose top Standing alone, as from a rampart's ...

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BOOK FOURTEENTH (CONCLUSION) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

BOOK FOURTEENTH (CONCLUSION) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

In one of those excursions (may they ne'er Fade from remembrance!) through the Northern tracts Of Cambria ranging with a youthful friend, I left Bethgelert's huts at ...

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BOOK SIXTH (CAMBRIDGE AND THE ALPS) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

BOOK SIXTH (CAMBRIDGE AND THE ALPS) POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

THE leaves were fading when to Esthwaite's banks And the simplicities of cottage life I bade farewell; and, one among the youth Who, summoned by that season, reunite As ...

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MEMORIALS OF A TOUR IN SCOTLAND , 1803 POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

MEMORIALS OF A TOUR IN SCOTLAND , 1803 POEM BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

THOUGHTS SUGGESTED THE DAY FOLLOWING, ON THE BANKS OF NITH, NEAR THE POET'S RESIDENCE TOO frail to keep the lofty vow That must have followed when his brow Was wreathed--'The ...

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