William Wordsworth

Cumberland / England
William Wordsworth
Cumberland / England
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A Wren's Nest

Rating: 2.8
AMONG the dwellings framed by birds
In field or forest with nice care,
Is none that with the little Wren's
In snugness may compare.

No door the tenement requires,
And seldom needs a laboured roof;
Yet is it to the fiercest sun
Impervious, and storm-proof.
So warm, so beautiful withal,
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Rest, Mother-bird! and when thy young Take flight, and thou art free to roam, When withered is the guardian Flower, And empty thy late home...........A poet who could understand the language of birds.....10
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too long boring annoying wired and well let me think horrible
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Tanushree 12 March 2018
It is very nice poem I got 1 st prize in this poem
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Srimayee Ganguly 16 December 2012
This poem arouses intense passion and delight which is why i like it.
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Srimayee Ganguly 16 December 2012
This poem arouses intense passion and delight which is why i like it.
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