1. Upon Westminster Bridge

  • Posted Oct. 7, 2010 by Trimm Viewed 1363 times
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“ Earth hath not anything to show more fair.
Dull would he be of soul who could pass by
a sight so touchig it its majesty.”

Upon Westminster, a sonnet by William Wordsworth describing London viewed from a bridge over the Thames.

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      2010.10.16 Edited

      And of course, Mr W. could not have seen anything of what you charmingly captured, as he died before any of it was built.

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      2010.10.16 Edited

      The original jotted down version was followed by this conversation:

      "OK, Dorothy, let's go home. I'm freezing my arse off."