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William Wordsworth
Poems by William Wordsworth (Vol.I)






Poems Referring to the Period of Childhood
Louisa
She Was a Phantom of Delight
Stepping Westward
Characteristics of a Child
The Female Vagrant
The Redbreast and the Butterfly
Glen-Almain, or the Narrow Glen
The Sailor's Mother
Goody Blake and Harry Gill - A True Story
Address to a Child, During a boisterous Winter Evening
The Mother's Return
To the Small Celandine
To the Same Flower
Lucy Gray
Anecdote For Fathers
We are Seven
The Horn of Egremont Castle
The Affliction of Margaret - of -
Rural Architecture
To A Butterfly
The Seven Sisters
The Pet-Lamb, a Pastoral
The Last of the Flock
The Idle Shepherd Boys
"O Nightingale! thou surely art"
To HC : Six Years Old
The Rainbow
The Mad Mother
Influence of Natural Objects
The Idiot Boy
I travell'd among unknown men

Juvenile Pieces
"I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud"
Extract from a Poem on leaving School
"Who fancied what a pretty sight"
Extracts From a Poem Entitled An Evening Walk
To a Sky-Lark
Descriptive Sketches Taken During a Pedestrian Tour in the Alps
"With how sad steps, O Moon, thou climb'st the sky,"
The Complaint Of a Forsaken Indian Woman
To The Cuckoo
Alice Fell

Poems Founded on the Affections
To A Butterfly
The Brothers
The Sparrow's Nest
The Blind Highland Boy
The Green Linnet
"Farewell, thou little Nook of mountain-ground,"
Stanzas
"By their floating Mill,"
Ellen Irwin, or the Braes of Kirtle
Strange Fits Of Passion
She Dwelt Among Untrodden Ways
Power of Music
To the Daisy
"'Tis said, that some have died for love:"
A Complaint
Ruth
The Cottager to her Infant
"Once in a lonely Hamlet I sojourn'd"
The Childless Father
Foresight, or the Charge of a Child to his younger Companion
Michael. A Pastoral Poem.
Laodaḿa

Poems of the Fancy
"A whirl-blast from behind the hill"
The Waterfall and the Eglantine
The Oak and the Broom. A Pastoral
To the Daisy
To a Sexton
Song for the Wandering Jew
The Kitten And Falling Leaves
A Fragment
Address to my Infant Daughter

Poems of the Imagination
"There was a Boy; ye knew him well, ye Cliffs"
A Night Piece
Yew-trees
View from the top of Black Comb
Nutting
Three Years She Grew
"A slumber did my spirit seal;"
The Reverie of Poor Susan
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