The Sun Has Long Been Set Poem by William Wordsworth

The Sun Has Long Been Set

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The sun has long been set,
The stars are out by twos and threes,
The little birds are piping yet
Among the bushes and the trees;
There's a cuckoo, and one or two thrushes,
And a far-off wind that rushes,
And a sound of water that gushes,
And the cuckoo's sovereign cry
Fills all the hollow of the sky.
Who would go `parading'
In London, `and masquerading',
On such a night of June
With that beautiful soft half-moon,
And all these innocent blisses?
On such a night as this is!

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Mr R. Waters 30 April 2020

Great poem 10/10 its BRILLIANT

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Tapan M. Saren 08 April 2016

I love it..... Very nice poem

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