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Lines Written in Early Spring by William Wordsworth sets the tone within the title The thought of early spring brings new life and harmony to the mind of the reader A vision of Wordsworth sitting in a open field observing the flowers budding and bunnies hopping around comes to the readers mind He heard a thousand blended notes of birds singing and the world blooming around him thoughts of Bambi are brought to mind Spring for me creates a feeling of joy and I think it is the best of the four seasons A new start for all life to live as one and get along The next two lines could be quite confusing after the first reading A sweet mood causes his pleasant thoughts to bring sad thoughts to mind At first I wondered how a sweet mood and pleasant thoughts could possibly bring sad thoughts but when I thought about it I realized that sometimes when youre at your happiest moment sad memories and ponderings come to mind Wordsworth continues explaining that his soul was linked to Nature and her works through the wonder of spring The image of the human soul running through him brings an apparent depth to the poem turning the theme from spring to a more intimate perspective of man And much it grieved my heart to think what man has made of man The lines question a topic that most people will never fathom in their lifetimes He describes his grieving over the topic of mans world To grieve as defined by Dictionarycom means to be in pain of mind on account of an evil This definition describes exactly how Wordsworth feels about the evil that mankind has made of his world Lines 9 and 10 continue to depict the setting that the poet is contemplating As the spring setting returns to mind Wordsworth reflects on how the flower appreciates the air it breaths and the birds hop
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