WORDSWORTH 250

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Most Recent Poem:


Stephen Fry: The World is too much with us

Thea Aitchison: My Heart Leaps Up

Some Highlights

Caroline Quentin: Lines Written in Early Spring

Sonya Walger: Composed Upon  Westminster Bridge

Tom Sturridge: A Complaint

Kate Humble: To the Cuckoo

Martha Kearney: Composed Upon Westminster Bridge

Davina McCall: Written in  March

Philip Wells: Life under Quarantine

Johnny McDaid: My Heart Leaps Up

Michael Morris: Nutting

Paul Lodge: On her first Ascent to Helvellyn

Mary McCormack: We Are Seven

Christopher Wordsworth: My Heart Leaps Up

Brian Cox: The World is too much with us

Lindy Alexander: Surprised by Joy

Keith Bartlett: To the Butterfly: Both versions

William H Macy: She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways

Gordon Griffin: The Solitary Reaper

Annabel Bates: Argument for Suicide

Christopher Andrew: St. Paul's

Hugh Bonneville: Intimations of Immortality

Elizabeth Payne: Andrew Jones

Tom Conti: To Sleep

Leslie Caron: It is a Beauteous Evening

Susan Andrew: To My Sister

Ruth Wilson: There was a Boy

Jacqueline King: Lines Written in Early Spring

Christopher Wordsworth: It is a Beauteous Evening

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Copyright: Christopher Wordsworth Andrew at Wordsworth250.com

Antony Wordsworth: To the Daisy

Gyles Brandreth: A Complaint

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Tom Hall: Tintern Abbey (extract)

Christopher Andrew: Afterthought

Wordsworth 250 Update

Our project has been a huge success, thank you for everyone who participated. we have reached more than 200 readings, however, we will keep it 'open' until we reach 250 readings.

An event will be planned at Rydal Mount to celebrate 'Wordsworth250' once we are beyond corona and life is back to normal.