"Lines Written in Early Spring," by William Wordsworth.
"Lines Written in Early Spring," by William Wordsworth, sets the tone within the title. The thought of early spring brings new life and harmony to the mind of the reader. A vision of Wordsworth sitting in a open field, observing the flowers budding and bunnies hopping around comes to the reader's mind. He "heard a thousand blended notes" of birds singing and the world blooming around him, thoughts of Bambi are brought to mind. Spring, for me, creates a feeling of joy, and I think it is the best of the four seasons. A new start for all life to live as one and get along.
The next two lines c…
- "Lines Written in Early Spring," by William Wordsworth.
- William Shakespeare
- William Somerset Maugham "The Moon and the Sixpence"
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