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Poems in Two Volumes, Volume 2 by Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850

Poems in Two Volumes, Volume 2 by Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850

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Title: Poems In Two Volumes, Vol. 2
Author: William Wordsworth
Release Date: September, 2005 [EBook #8824]

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POEMS, IN TWO VOLUMES,
VOL. II.
BY WILLIAM WORDSWORTH,
AUTHOR OF _THE LYRICAL BALLADS_.

Posterius graviore sono tibi Musa loquetur
Nostra: dabunt cum securos mihi tempora fructus.
CONTENTS.
POEMS WRITTEN DURING A TOUR IN SCOTLAND.

1. _Rob Roy's Grave_
2. _The solitary Reaper_
3. _Stepping Westward_
4. _Glen-Almain, or the Narrow Glen_
5. _The Matron of Jedborough and her Husband_
6. _To a Highland Girl_
7. _Sonnet_
8. _Address to the Sons of Burns after visiting

their Father's Grave, Aug. 14th, 1803_
9. _Yarrow unvisited_
MOODS OF MY OWN MIND.

1. _To a Butterfly_
2.
3.
4.
5. _Written in March while resting on the

Bridge at the Foot of Brother's Water_
6. _The small Celandine_
7.
8.
9. _The Sparrow's Nest_
10. _Gipsies_
11. _To the Cuckoo_
12. _To a Butterfly_
13.

THE BLIND HIGHLAND BOY.

_The Blind Highland Boy
The Green Linnet
To a Young Lady, who had been reproached
for taking long Walks in the Country
By their floating Mill, &c
Star-gazers
Power of Music
To the Daisy
To the same Flower
Incident, characteristic of a favourite Dog,
which belonged to a Friend of the Author
Tribute to the Memory of the same Dog_

_Sonnet
Sonnet
Sonnet
Sonnet to Thomas Clarkson
Once in a lonely Hamlet, &c
Foresight, or the Charge of a Child to his
younger Companion
A Complaint
I am not One, &c
Yes! full surely 'twas the Echo, &c
To the Spade of a Friend
Song, at the Feast of Brougham Castle
Lines, composed at Grasmere
Elegaic Stanzas
Ode
Notes_

POEMS _WRITTEN DURING A TOUR_ IN SCOTLAND.
_ROB ROY's GRAVE_.

The History of Rob Roy is sufficiently known; his Grave
is near the head of Loch Ketterine, in one of those small
Pin-fold-like Burial-grounds, of neglected and desolate
appearance, which the Traveller meets with in the
Highlands of Scotland.

A famous Man is Robin Hood,
The English Ballad-singer's joy!
And Scotland has a Thief as good,
An Outlaw of as daring mood,
She has her brave ROB ROY!
Then clear the weeds from off his Grave,
And let us chaunt a passing Stave
In honour of that Hero brave!

Heaven gave Rob Roy a dauntless heart,
And wondrous length and strength of arm:

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Nor craved he more to quell his Foes,
Or keep his Friends from harm.

Yet was Rob Roy as _wise_ as brave;
Forgive me if the phrase be strong;--
Poet worthy of Rob Roy
Must scorn a timid song.

Say, then, that he was wise as brave;
As wise in thought as bold in deed:
For in the principles of things
_He_ sought his moral creed.

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Said generous Rob, "What need of Books?
Burn all the Statutes and their shelves:
They stir us up against our Kind;
And worse, against Ourselves."

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