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William Wordsworth a famous poet of the Romantic Period wrote a great deal of poetry that was inspired by his lifestyle Wordsworth writes a poem called Lines that tells about the contrasts the pinnacles of mother nature and the flaws of mandkind that mess the earth up Wordsworth had a very fond love of nature and a relationship like no one else The poem Lines took the Lake District described as one of the most beutiful places on earth gardens and lucious foliage that was flowing endless like the waves of the sea to a gloomy city where flying wildlife was believed to be extinct because of all the pollution that was in the air The air looked like dark thick smog This was a huge contrast from Wordsworths childhood home in the Lake district with the nature in a sense dead in England at this period in timeWilliam lost both his mother and his father at a fairly young age He spends much of his childhood in boarding schools which he seemed to love and staying with his surviving relatives which he does not enjoy At the age of 8 William is losing his mother Ann and at 13 years old William is losing his father John This is a vicious blow to young Wordsworth This event in his life is why some critics say that that is the reason for William us Nature as a surrogate mother after the loss of his maternal mother Nature is Wordsworths nurse In nature and the language of the sense the anchor of my purest thoughts the nurse the guide the guardian of my heart and soul of all my moral beingWordsworth at present is enjoying the fond memories of the Lake District in the blackness of England Wordsworth is hopingto get tranquil restoration out of his memories any time he is bothered by anything He is in a city wher the walls have sut on then
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