Prose Notes on "Frost at Midnight" By S.T. Coleridge
The quiet of night sets the scene for poet to muse and unleash his creative spirit. All is conducive, ready, but he finds the silence disturbing, and cannot activate his 'idling spirit'. He focuses on the tiny fluttering of the film (the only movement in the room), and then his memory and imagination takes him back in time. He moves through the memories of his school days, when boredom set him on daydreams of his "sweet birth-place". He recalls the tiny details of his childhood, and the prevalent sense of eager anticipation he'd then felt for the future. The baby's breathing then…
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