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Thu, 01 Mar 2012
A poem for MARCH by William Wordsworth. A Morning in March

William
Wordsworth 1770 - 1850A POEM FOR MARCH
FROM WILLIAM WORDSWORTH

William Wordsworth is a very famous poet from the Romantic Era. His work is said to be some of the greatest romantic poetry written. He had a very strong appreciation for nature, which was unusual for people of that era. However, he began a movement which influenced people to forget about their busy lives and take a moment to take a good look around them.

This website explores just how relevant Wordsworth’s poetry was to the Romantic Era, which is unquestionably beyond doubt.


A MORNING IN MARCH


The cock is crowing,

The stream is flowing,

The small birds twitter,

The lake doth glitter,

The green field sleeps in the sun;

The oldest and youngest

Are at work with the strongest;

The cattle are grazing,

Their heads never raising,

There are forty feeding like one.

Like an army defeated

The snow hath retreated,

And now doth fare ill

On the top of the bare hill;

The ploughboy is whooping - anon -anon;

There's life in the fountains;

Small clouds are sailing,

Blue sky prevailing;

The rain is over and gone.


Daisy


William Wordsworth,

who also wrote about the Daisy and the Daffodils, amongst many , many other poems about Nature.




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