Notify me of new comments via email. These opinions derive from his long observations of this place and its nature. These ideas made him relate to radical people such as Godwim and Wollstonecraft. They are also reaching out to happiness, as the poem earlier mentioned flowers enjoying the air they breathe. The use of "sate" in this case is archaic for sat. Bit of religious imagery here at the end.
Poem of the week: Lines Written in Early Spring by William Wordsworth
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The speaker seems to feel that it is his responsibility to ponder the mistakes of humanity. Through this image we can imagine the sounds and the moment described in the poem. In stanza one we had the speaker's "pleasant thoughts", and now the pleasure is nature's — or so the poet believes. To begin, it is a commentary on course man has taken.
Lines Written in Early Spring by William Wordsworth
Perhaps the enjoyed sadness has an erotic quality is there an echo of "parting is such sweet sorrow"? The speaker is watching the birds presumably play. It seems to contain the small hoard of wisdom that belongs to people, whether poets or peasants, who have been uprooted from the natural world. If you want to contact us regarding any particular content on the website, please use the contact page.
Having been born in the Lake District Wordsworth considered Nature as the representation of creation if it was not creation itself. It seems to contain the small hoard of wisdom that belongs to people, whether poets or peasants, who have been uprooted from the natural world. Like this: Like Loading All content submitted here are by contributors.