My Favorite Quotes
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 William Wordsworth - “With gentle handTouch -- for there is a spirit in the woods.”
 William Wordsworth - “But trailing clouds of glory do we come,From God, who is our homeHeaven lies about us in our infancy”
 William Wordsworth - “A poet who has not produced a good poem before he is twenty-five, we may conclude cannot, and never will do so.”
 William Wordsworth - “After ten months' melancholy, Became a good and honest man.”
 William Wordsworth - “The good die first, And they whose hearts are dry as summer dust Burn to the socket”
 William Wordsworth - “And so the grandeur of the Forest-treeComes not by casting in a formal mould,But from its own divine vitality.”
 William Wordsworth - “I've heard of hearts unkind, kind deedsWith coldness still returningAlas the gratitude of menHath oftener left me mourning.”
 William Wordsworth - “but(for) she is in her grave - and, oh, the difference to me”
 William Wordsworth - “Unprofitably travelling toward the grave.”
 William Wordsworth - “What are fears but voices airyWhispering harm where harm is not.And deluding the unwaryTill the fatal bolt is shot”
 William Wordsworth - “My heart leaps up when I beholdA rainbow in the sky.”
 William Wordsworth - “And much it grieved my heart to thinkWhat Man has made of Man.”
 William Wordsworth - “The fretful stirUnprofitable, and the fever of the worldHave hung upon the beatings of my heart.”
 William Wordsworth - “O Nightingale, thou surely art A creature of a 'fiery heart'.”
 William Wordsworth - “My heart leaps up when I behold A rainbow in the sky.”
 William Wordsworth - “Well, I hope they may understand each other nobody else could.”
 William Wordsworth - “A man of hope and forward-looking mind Even to the last”
 William Wordsworth - “As if his whole vocationWere endless imitation.”
 William Wordsworth - “A reasoning, self-sufficing thing, An intellectual all-in-all”
 William Wordsworth - “The intellectual power, through words and things,Went sounding on a dim and perilous way”
 William Wordsworth - “More skilful in self-knowledge, even more pure, As tempted more more able to endure, As more exposed to suffering and distress.”
 William Wordsworth - “O dearest, dearest boy my heartFor better lore would seldom yearn,Could I but teach the hundredth partOf what from thee I learn.”
 William Wordsworth - “So was it when my life beganSo is it now I am a manSo be it when I shall grow old,Or let me die”
 William Wordsworth - “Lost in a gloom of uninspired research.”
 William Wordsworth - “A day spent in a round of strenuous idleness.”

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