A delightful pocket-sized collection of William Wordsworth's poetry on flowers. This volume brings Wordsworth's vivid nature imagery to life, featuring much-loved poems such as 'I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud' or 'Daffodils'.
This beautiful collection of Wordsworth's poetry is drawn together by a common theme of flowers and plant life. The poems give inspiring descriptions of nature and are intertwined with the poet's thoughts and experiences of life, including his friendships, relationships and religious beliefs.
Included in this volume are poems such as:
- 'To the Daisy'
- 'To the Small Celadine'
- 'To the Waterfall and the Eglantine'
- 'The Oak and the Broom. A Pastoral'
- 'Not Love, Not War, Nor the Tumultuous Swell'
- 'Though the Bold Wings of Poesy Affect'
From the specialist poetry imprint, Ragged Hand, Read & Co. has proudly republished Wordsworth's Poetry on Flowers in this beautiful small edition, perfect for on-the-go reading. Complete with an introductory excerpt from Thomas Carlyle's 1881 Reminiscences, this volume is not to be missed by nature lovers or collectors of Wordsworth's work.
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