Quote by: William Wordsworth

And I have fitted up some chambers there Looking towards the golden Eastern air, And level with the living winds, which flow Like waves above the living waves below.— I have sent books and music there, and all Those instruments with which high spirits call The future from its cradle, and the past Out of its grave, and make the present last In thoughts and joys which sleep, but cannot die, Folded within their own eternity.

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Author Bio

  • NameWilliam Wordsworth
  • DescriptionEnglish Romantic poet
  • BornApril 7, 1770
  • DiedApril 23, 1850
  • CountryUnited Kingdom
  • ProfessionPoet; Writer
  • WorksThe Prelude