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William Wordsworth
Poems in Two Volumes (II)






Poems Written During a Tour in Scotland
Rob Roy's Grave
The Solitary Reaper
Stepping Westward
Glen-Almain, or the Narrow Glen
The Matron of Jedborough and her Husband
To a Highland Girl
Sonnet
Address to the Sons of Burns
Yarrow Unvisited

Moods of My Own Mind
To A Butterfly
"The Sun has long been set:"
"O Nightingale! thou surely art"
The Rainbow
The Small Celandine
"I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud"
"Who fancied what a pretty sight"
The Sparrow's Nest
Gipsies
To The Cuckoo
To A Butterfly
"It is no Spirit who from Heaven hath flown,"

The Blind Highland Boy; with Other Poems
The Blind Highland Boy
The Green Linnet
To a Young Lady Who Had Been
Reproached,for Taking Long Walks in the Country.
"By their floating Mill,"
Star Gazers
Power of Music
To the Daisy
Incident, characteristic of a favourite Dog,
Tribute to the Memory of the same Dog
Sonnet. Admonition
Sonnet
A Complaint
Sonnet. A Prophecy. Feb. 1807
Sonnet, To Thomas Clarkson,
"Once in a lonely Hamlet I sojourn'd"
Foresight, or the Charge of a Child to his younger Companion
"I am not One who much or oft delight"
"Yes! full surely 'twas the Echo"
To the Spade of a Friend
Song, At the Feast of Brougham Castle
Lines
Elegiac Stanzas
Ode
Personae

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