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Poem by William Wordsworth
Commonly Called Long Meg and Her Daughters, near the River Eden A WEIGHT of awe, not easy to be borne, Fell suddenly upon my spirit,Чcast From the dread bosom of the unknown past, When first I saw that family forlorn. Speak thou, whose massy strength and stature scorn The power of years,Чpre-eminent, and placed Apart, to overlook the circle vast,Ч Speak, giant-mother! tell it to the Morn While she dispels the cumbrous shades of night; Let the Moon hear, emerging from a cloud; At whose behest uprose on British ground That sisterhood, in hieroglyphic round Forth-shadowing, some have deemed, the infinite, The inviolable God, that tames the proud!
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