William Wordsworth

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Name: William Wordsworth
First reported Apr 18 2014 - Updated 12 hours ago - 1 reports

Thanksgiving Point's Tulip Festival in full bloom

LEHI — When William Wordsworth penned the poetic lines of “I Wandered Lonely as Cloud ," he envisioned a flock of dancing daffodils along the shores of a lake.“They stretched in never-ending line, along the margin of a bay: ten thousand saw I at a glance, ... [Published KSL-TV - Apr 18 2014]
First reported 21 hours ago - Updated 21 hours ago - 1 reports

Be that change we need

"BLISS was it in that dawn to be alive, But to be young was very heaven." -- The immortal words of poet, William Wordsworth.I am alive, but sadly, no longer young. How I envy all of you, with most of your adulthood and your entire working lives ahead ... [Published New Straits Times - 21 hours ago]
First reported 22 hours ago - Updated 22 hours ago - 1 reports

My Daffodils, poet's envy

It is again that season when trees are dressed in their best new leaves and colourful flowers to attract the cuckoos. The pleasant weather that invites you out to enjoy this bliss of nature takes me back to March 1993, when I had just started my career ... [Published Hindustan Times - 22 hours ago]
First reported Apr 18 2014 - Updated Apr 18 2014 - 1 reports

More than a little peep into spring

At first, I couldn’t even figure out what was going on. It was one of those moments during which the subconscious mind is trying to tell the conscious mind that something is happening, something significant, something worthy of a person’s attention, but ... [Published Cadillac News - Apr 18 2014]
First reported Apr 17 2014 - Updated Apr 17 2014 - 1 reports

Matt Vega at Ille

The paintings of Matt Vega, on view at Ille Arts in Amagansett, mark a bit of a homecoming for the artist, who received an M.F.A. from Yale in photography, but began his studies in painting at Boston College.Living in Amagansett since 2002, his incorporation ... [Published East Hampton Star - Apr 17 2014]
First reported Apr 16 2014 - Updated Apr 16 2014 - 1 reports

Win an escape to a rural retreat with Holidaycottages.co.uk

Fancy getting away from it all for a while and relaxing in a gorgeous countryside haven? You could do just that by winning one of the two vacation vouchers that we have to give away, courtesyof  Holidaycottages.co.uk .The winner will receive a £500 voucher ... [Published Countryfile Magazine - Apr 16 2014]
First reported Apr 16 2014 - Updated Apr 16 2014 - 1 reports

Globetrotting A to Z: England

When this writer's great-grandfather (10 times over, if math is correct) traversed the Atlantic, he couldn't have possibly known what lie ahead in Marblehead, Mass. Beyond the obvious fascination with how and why Capt. Richard Norman left Dorchester, ... [Published Examiner.com - Apr 16 2014]
Entities: Jane Austen, England, London
First reported Apr 13 2014 - Updated Apr 13 2014 - 1 reports

Texans proudly represent home at festival in Magnolia State

Contributed photo Dancing up a storm at the Mississippi State Square and Round Dance Festival are Mickey and Rosalie Lanty (center). The Lanty’s drove to Brandon, Miss., for the event and Rosalie wore the traditional Texas square dance costume while Mickey ... [Published San Angelo Standard-Times - Apr 13 2014]
First reported Apr 12 2014 - Updated Apr 12 2014 - 1 reports

Cumbrian schoolgirl scoops prestigious Wordsworth poetry prize

A BUDDING poet from a Cumbrian school has scooped the prestigious Rydal Mount Wordsworth Prize.Heidi Ostell, 15, won the young poets award with her poem Levethian of the Forest.It was judged to be the best from more than 100 entries from school pupils ... [Published Westmorland Gazette - Apr 12 2014]
First reported Apr 10 2014 - Updated Apr 10 2014 - 1 reports

Carlisle schoolgirl takes Wordsworth’s chair in poetry contest win

Heidi OstellA 15-year-old schoolgirl from Carlisle has won the Rydal Mount Wordsworth Prize for young poets.Heidi Ostell, a pupil at Trinity High School, won the award with her poem, Leviathan of the Forest.It was judged to be the best from more than ... [Published Cumbria Crack - Apr 10 2014]
First reported Mar 27 2014 - Updated Mar 27 2014 - 1 reports

3/27/2014: COMMENT: A few good men

In his poem ‘Tintern Abbey’, William Wordsworth talks of “that best portion of a good man’s life, his unremembered acts of kindness and of love”. A man is defined as good, in the eyes of others, because of these acts. He himself remains blissfully... ... [Published Hindustan Times - Mar 27 2014]
Entities: William Wordsworth
First reported Mar 26 2014 - Updated Mar 26 2014 - 1 reports

WordsWorth welcomes library visitors

When you enter Central Library on its ground floor, the first thing you see is a rippling projection of words on the ground, arranged in the form of one of Vanderbilt’s symbols: a V, an oak leaf or a star. This display, which has been in place since 2010, ... [Published Vanderbilt Hustler - Mar 26 2014]

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100 years of solitude: the centenary anniversar... [Published The British Mountaineering Council - 6 hours ago]
The Troubadours bring cheer with song in Northf... [Published Faribault Daily News - 15 hours ago]
Be that change we need [Published New Straits Times - 21 hours ago]
My Daffodils, poet's envy [Published Hindustan Times - 22 hours ago]
More than a little peep into spring [Published Cadillac News - Apr 18 2014]
Thanksgiving Point's Tulip Festival in full bloom [Published KSL-TV - Apr 18 2014]
Matt Vega at Ille [Published East Hampton Star - Apr 17 2014]
Win an escape to a rural retreat with Holidayco... [Published Countryfile Magazine - Apr 16 2014]
Globetrotting A to Z: England [Published Examiner.com - Apr 16 2014]
Texans proudly represent home at festival in Ma... [Published San Angelo Standard-Times - Apr 13 2014]
NOSTALGIA: A station where visitors could stop ... [Published Westmorland Gazette - Apr 12 2014]
Cumbrian schoolgirl scoops prestigious Wordswor... [Published Westmorland Gazette - Apr 12 2014]
To the Barista Who Took My Order Today [Published Huffington Post - Apr 11 2014]
Cockermouth author’s prize-winning first novel ... [Published Cumbria Crack - Apr 11 2014]
Jim Flaherty achieved a rare mix of politics an... [Published Canadian Business Magazine - Apr 10 2014]
'Dear Diary, Bye' addresses youth's lessons [Published South Philly Review - Apr 10 2014]
Mochudi Resource Centre for the Blind to raise ... [Published Mmegi Online - Apr 10 2014]
Carlisle schoolgirl takes Wordsworth’s chair in... [Published Cumbria Crack - Apr 10 2014]
Daffodils And Changes Are Sprouting At Parson’s... [Published WBSM-AM - Apr 10 2014]
Tell it to Sunstar: No ties with Osmeñas [Published Sun Star Network - Apr 09 2014]
'I Love You, Dada... I Just Love Mama More' [Published Huffington Post - Apr 09 2014]
The Lasts I'll Miss Most as a Father [Published Huffington Post - Apr 09 2014]
Where the Poppies Now Grow - a child’s-eye view... [Published Yorkshire Life - Apr 09 2014]
Born on This Day : 1770 | 80 year(s) old - Will... [Published Biography.com - Apr 07 2014]
Grasmere literary gathering puts acclaimed wome... [Published Westmorland Gazette - Apr 06 2014]
Britain's 160th Boat Race set to draw millions ... [Published Voice of Russia - Apr 06 2014]
#1414: Ode to the Dart [Published WNYC - Apr 05 2014]
Travel Desk: breaks for bookworms, girlie getaw... [Published Irish Times - Apr 05 2014]
Review: "Stop, Thief": The Commons, Enclosures,... [Published Resilience - Apr 04 2014]
Savouring the Spring [Published Munster Express - Apr 02 2014]
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A Review of Confessions of an English Opium Eater [Published The Reality-Based Community - Mar 12 2014]
Johann Koehler’s resurrection of a wonderful Thomas De Quincey quote reminds me of the hold his most famous work still exerts today. A decade ago, I had a chance to explain the enduring appeal of Confessions of an English opium eater in the journal ...
A Poem For Sunday [Published The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan - Feb 02 2014]
“Nuns fret not at their Convent’s narrow room” by William Wordsworth (1770-1850): Nuns fret not at their Convent’s narrow room; And Hermits are contented with their Cells;And Students with their pensive Citadels:Maids at the Wheel, the Weaver ...
A Poem For Saturday [Published The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan - Feb 01 2014]
“To a Butterfly” by William Wordsworth (1770-1850): I’ve watched you now a full half hour, Self-poised upon that yellow flower;And, little Butterfly!  indeedI know not if you sleep, or feed.How motionless!  not frozen seasMore motionless!  and ...
Robert Spencer in PJ Lifestyle: Teaching Childr... [Published Jihad Watch - Nov 26 2013]
“Allahu Akbar!” at the video’s conclusion… In PJ Lifestyle I discuss a wonderful new parenting technique in Dagestan: “The Child is father of the Man,” wrote William Wordsworth, and nowhere is this truer today than in the Russian Muslim ...
Relative Genius [Published The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan - Nov 07 2013]
Casey N. Cep surveys a history of “literary siblings [who] challenge our assumptions of lonely genius, isolated writers alone at their desks.” On the relationship between Dorothy and William Wordsworth: Although they lived apart during much of their ...
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