William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth was an English poet whose verse is some of the most influential and important in the English language. Read more about William Wordsworth.

Some of Wordsworth’s most famous poems include I Wandered Lonely as a CloudLucy Gray, The World is Too Much With Us, My Heart Leaps Up, and Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey.

To a Butterfly

by William Wordsworth

There are two poems by the title ‘To a Butterfly’ in William Wordsworth’s 1807 poetry collection, “Poems, in Two Volumes.” The first poem is the best-known in comparison to the latter one.

To a Child

by William Wordsworth

Why is the poem ‘To a Child’ by William Wordsworth too short in structure? Read the poem and dive deep into the poem’s analysis.

To a Snowdrop

by William Wordsworth

‘To a Snowdrop’ describes an unexpected guest in the lyrical voice’s garden where the final lines provide the possibility of reflection and thought.

To Toussaint L’Ouverture

by William Wordsworth

‘To Toussaint L’Ouverture’ by William Wordsworth is a sonnet dedicated to François-Dominique Toussaint Louverture, a renowned leader of the Haitian revolution. He transformed the slave rebellion into a revolutionary movement.

We Are Seven

by William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth was certainly not without his share of tragedy, and this poem, “We Are Seven”, is one which evokes this tragic feeling.

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