William Wordsworth

Cumberland / England
William Wordsworth
Cumberland / England
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Address To Kilchurn Castle, Upon Loch Awe

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CHILD of loud-throated War! the mountain Stream
Roars in thy hearing; but thy hour of rest
Is come, and thou art silent in thy age;
Save when the wind sweeps by and sounds are caught
Ambiguous, neither wholly thine nor theirs.
Oh! there is life that breathes not; Powers there are
That touch each other to the quick in modes
Which the gross world no sense hath to perceive,
No soul to dream of. What art Thou, from care
Cast off-abandoned by thy rugged Sire,
Nor by soft Peace adopted; though, in place
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Savita Tyagi 12 June 2018
William Wordsworth one of my favorite! Such a pleasure to read this remarkable poem.
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As the brilliance just flows from your finger as if you are a just writing directly to our brain and hearts.. Definitely one of my favorite POETS
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Love this beautiful poem dear poet.
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Kumarmani Mahakul 10 June 2018
It is a poem with nice theme and brilliant expression composed by William Wordsworth. I love it.
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Ramesh T A 10 June 2018
A great tribute to Kilchurn castle in company with all things of Nature is wonderfully composed free poen by Wordsworth is amazing to read and appreciate here!
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Bernard F. Asuncion 10 June 2018
Such a great write by William Wordsworh??????
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Edward Kofi Louis 10 June 2018
Toils and struggles! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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