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English Essay In the 18th century two important poets started the Romantic Movement the two being William Wordsworth and Samuel Coleridge These two poets essentially gave birth to the Romantic Movement starting with the co-produced works of the Lyrical Ballads In the Preface to the Lyrical Ballads Wordsworth describes poetry as the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings and details his philosophy and the meaning nature has to him The poem collection includes the poems which I am going to discuss Tintern Abbey by Wordsworth and Frost at Midnight by Samuel Coleridge These poems are both great poems however Frost at Midnight is a conversational poem compared to the romantic poem Tintern Abbey Although written by two different poets both poems Tintern Abbey and Frost at Midnight deal with the beauty and serenity of nature and contrasting human distress while reminiscing about the past present and future In the poems Tintern Abbey and Frost at Midnight happiness is derived from the beauty of nature and its deeper meaning and influences for the poets Reading Tintern Abbey I got a sense of feeling of Wordsworths love for nature and the understanding he has for nature This is quite obvious with the lines 62-65 While here I stand not only with the sense Of present pleasure but with pleasing thoughts That in this moment there is life and food For future years In Frost at Midnight happiness is not as evident due to the poets regrets of being reared in the great city line 52 and not raised in the country and finding only beauty in the sky and stars This leads to the hope and later happiness that his cradled son will be raised in the country which is evident through
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