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The Emigrant Mother

[英国] 华兹华斯

ONCE in a lonely hamlet I sojournedIn which a Lady driven from France did dwell;The big and lesser griefs with ...[全诗]

To Dora

[英国] 华兹华斯

A little onward lend thy guiding handTo these dark steps, a little further on!--What trick of memory to my voic ...[全诗]

Spanish Guerillas

[英国] 华兹华斯

THEY seek, are sought; to daily battle led,Shrink not, though far outnumbered by their Foes,For they have learnt ...[全诗]

The Power Of Armies Is A Visible Thing

[英国] 华兹华斯

The power of Armies is a visible thing, Formal, and circumscribed in time and space; But who the limits of tha ...[全诗]

The Sonnet Ii

[英国] 华兹华斯

SCORN not the Sonnet; Critic, you have frownd, Mindless of its just honours; with this key Shakespeare unlockd h ...[全诗]

Sonnet: On Seeing Miss Helen Maria Williams Weep At A Tale Of Distress

[英国] 华兹华斯

She wept --Lifes purple tide began to flowIn languid streams through every thrilling vein;Dim were my swimming eye ...[全诗]

To The Daisy (Fourth Poem)

[英国] 华兹华斯

Sweet Flower! belike one day to have A place upon thy Poets grave, I welcome thee once more: But He, who was ...[全诗]

Those Words Were Uttered As In Pensive Mood

[英国] 华兹华斯

THOSE words were uttered as in pensive moodWe turned, departing from that solemn sight:A contrast and reproach to ...[全诗]

The French And The Spanish Guerillas

[英国] 华兹华斯

HUNGER, and sultry heat, and nipping blastFrom bleak hill-top, and length of march by nightThrough heavy swamp, o ...[全诗]

The Germans On The Heighs Of Hochheim

[英国] 华兹华斯

ABRUPTLY paused the strife;--the field throughoutResting upon his arms each warrior stood,Checked in the very act ...[全诗]

To The Daisy (2)

[英国] 华兹华斯

BRIGHT Flower! whose home is everywhere,Bold in maternal Natures care,And all the long year through the heirOf jo ...[全诗]

To H. C.

[英国] 华兹华斯

SIX YEARS OLDO THOU! whose fancies from afar are brought;Who of thy words dost make a mock apparel,And fittest ...[全诗]

To Sleep

[英国] 华兹华斯

FOND words have oft been spoken to thee, Sleep!And thou hast had thy store of tenderest names;The very sweetest, ...[全诗]

Vernal Ode

[英国] 华兹华斯

IBENEATH the concave of an April sky,When all the fields with freshest green were dight,Appeared, in presence of ...[全诗]

Weak Is The Will Of Man, His Judgement Blind

[英国] 华兹华斯

WEAK is the will of Man, his judgment blind;Remembrance persecutes, and Hope betrays;Heavy is woe;--and joy, for ...[全诗]

Upon The Punishment Of Death

[英国] 华兹华斯

YE brood of conscience--Spectres! that frequentThe bad Mans restless walk, and haunt his bed--Fiends in your aspec ...[全诗]

Where Lies The Land To Which Yon Ship Must Go?

[英国] 华兹华斯

WHERE lies the Land to which yon Ship must go?Fresh as a lark mounting at break of day,Festively she puts fort ...[全诗]

When To The Attractions Of The Busy World

[英国] 华兹华斯

WHEN, to the attractions of the busy world,Preferring studious leisure, I had chosenA habitation in this peaceful ...[全诗]

When I Have Borne In Memory

[英国] 华兹华斯

WHEN I have borne in memory what has tamedGreat Nations, how ennobling thoughts departWhen men change swords for ...[全诗]

The Primrose Of The Rock

[英国] 华兹华斯

A Rock there is whose homely frontThe passing traveller slights;Yet there the glow-worms hang their lamps,Like sta ...[全诗]

Upon The Same Event

[英国] 华兹华斯

WHEN, far and wide, swift as the beams of mornThe tidings past of servitude repealed,And of that joy which shoo ...[全诗]

Upon The Sight Of A Beautiful Picture Painted By Sir G. H. Beaumont, Bart

[英国] 华兹华斯

PRAISED be the Art whose subtle power could stayYon cloud, and fix it in that glorious shape;Nor would permit t ...[全诗]

To M.H.

[英国] 华兹华斯

Our walk was far among the ancient trees: There was no road, nor any woodmans path; But a thick umbrage--checki ...[全诗]

The Idle Shepherd Boys

[英国] 华兹华斯

The valley rings with mirth and joy;Among the hills the echoes playA never never ending song,To welcome in the ...[全诗]

The Horn Of Egremont Castle

[英国] 华兹华斯

ERE the Brothers through the gatewayIssued forth with old and young,To the Horn Sir Eustace pointedWhich for ages ...[全诗]

The Force Of Prayer, Or, The Founding Of Bolton, A Tradition

[英国] 华兹华斯

What is good for a bootless bene?With these dark words begins my Tale;And their meaning is, whence can comfort ...[全诗]

To Lady Beaumont

[英国] 华兹华斯

LADY! the songs of Spring were in the groveWhile I was shaping beds for winter flowers;While I was planting gre ...[全诗]

Thought Of A Briton On The Subjugation Of Switzerland

[英国] 华兹华斯

TWO Voices are there; one is of the sea,One of the mountains; each a mighty Voice:In both from age to age tho ...[全诗]

The French Army In Russia, 1812-13

[英国] 华兹华斯

HUMANITY, delighting to beholdA fond reflection of her own decay,Hath painted Winter like a traveller old,Propped ...[全诗]

Tribute To The Memory Of The Same Dog

[英国] 华兹华斯

LIE here, without a record of thy worth,Beneath a covering of the common earth!It is not from unwillingness to ...[全诗]

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