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William Wordsworth is one of the most highly acclaimed authors of all time With his works being viewed by billions today and still has a great influence in our modern society Though his words were written in the 19th century many can still relate to the nostalgic writing of Wordsworths admiration of nature In his poetry it seems that as our nation grows our love for nature diminishes Wordsworth saw this happen from an era of were modern cities and destruction of nature first majorly accrued Wordsworth once famously stated Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart Which can be seen in a majority of his lyrical ballads on nature In many of his poems Wordsworth speaks not exclusively on the loss of nature but the love he possess for the serenity of nature This can be seen in poems such as Wondered Lonely as a Cloud or A Night-Piece He even places a personification on nature at times using nature as a proper noun as seen in A Character I marvel how Nature could ever find space for so many strange contrasts in one human face This shows the clear connection that Wordsworth had with nature that many dont seem to possess in modern society In his poetry Wordsworth catches onto the idea that nature calms the mind and body while the city seems to put the mind awhirl and stressing the people within its wall In a report by APS it found that 22 of Australians suffer from some type of stress Yet in a test by MDPI it shows that everyone who had suffered from stress recovered quicker when listening to soothing sounds of nature Wordsworth poems are a clear example on the early stages of loss of nature in modern people Wordsworth even writes nature in the personification of a woman as seen in Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey Knowing that Nature never did
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