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After The Storm by William Wordsworth
Transcript of After The Storm by William Wordsworth
A Lesson to Learn
What can we learn from this poem? After every stormy night or difficulty in life, there is always a glorious morning or a time of happiness. We should make the most of every opportunity and learn to appreciate the bright and good things around us, instead of being greedy for more and more. So remember to always SMILE, whether good or bad!
William Wordsworth was a major English romantic poet. He was born on 7th April 1770 in Cockermouth, Cumberland. The year 1793 saw the first publication of poems by Wordsworth, in the collections An Evening Walk and Descriptive Sketches. Some of his major poem collections include Lyrical Ballards with Other Poems, Poems in Two Volumes and Guide to the Lake.
About the Poem
After the Storm is a poem from the collection Resolution and Independence. This poem describes the joy felt by birds and animals the morning after a stormy night. All the animals and birds: Jay, Magpie, Hare and Stock-dove rejoice and enjoy this calm and peaceful morning.
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