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Childless Father, The Analysis



Author: Poetry of William Wordsworth Type: Poetry Views: 970

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"Up, Timothy, up with your staff and away!

Not a soul in the village this morning will stay;

The hare has just started from Hamilton's grounds,

And Skiddaw is glad with the cry of the hounds."



--Of coats and of jackets grey, scarlet, and green,

On the slopes of the pastures all colours were seen;

With their comely blue aprons, and caps white as snow,

The girls on the hills made a holiday show.



Fresh sprigs of green box-wood, not six months before,

Filled the funeral basin at Timothy's door;

A coffin through Timothy's threshold had past;

One Child did it bear, and that Child was his last.



Now fast up the dell came the noise and the fray,

The horse and the horn, and the hark! hark away!

Old Timothy took up his staff, and he shut

With a leisurely motion the door of his hut.



Perhaps to himself at that moment he said;

"The key I must take, for my Ellen is dead."

But of this in my ears not a word did he speak;

And he went to the chase with a tear on his cheek.





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| Posted on 2014-03-04 | by a guest


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This is a poem about Darth Vader and how he thinks that his daughter is dead, but in reality, she is his son who is still alive. With the force, he locks himself inside his house for six months before taking up a mask and being part of the movie that we all love so much. The staff represents his x

| Posted on 2012-02-27 | by a guest


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This poem is about Batman, and the quest he goes on after his father dies. The title is suggestive of what the poem entails, a father, lamenting the loss of his only child. He is encouraged to face reality

| Posted on 2012-02-24 | by a guest


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Timothy is the father of a daughter who just passed away. Timothy realizes that Ellen, his child, is not coming back, and he locked himself in his house. 6 months after her death, the town is celebrating at a festivity. All but Timothy is celebrating and they are trying to convince him that no one should stay indoors that day. But Timothy who has grown as much a part of his house as the carpet and walls stays locked up inside what he considers the only safe place he has.

| Posted on 2009-03-17 | by a guest


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i hope you will all love my poetry because i will know you are my number one fan!thank you if you are reading my poems.wish you a lovely time reading my poetry and i hope you will at least have some feelins about this and a little bit of emotions.thank you all again if you care about the human race and mostly about the poor.you have got to be just like me.would you like to know why?beacause i always gave one-million pounds to charity and i sometimes use to visit the poor with my friends and family who gave one-million pounds like me.i love my family sooo very much.i love those people who love their family and take care of the poor,if i was them i would make sure that every one knows that and does that like me.this is all the truth.would you people expect me to lie,no!bye and thank you.

| Posted on 2008-06-14 | by a guest


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i hope you will all love my poetry because i will know you are my number one fan!thank you if you are reading my poems.wish you a lovely time reading my poetry and i hope you will at least have some feelins about this and a little bit of emotions.thank you all again if you care about the human race and mostly about the poor.you have got to be just like me.would you like to know why?beacause i always gave one-million pounds to charity and i sometimes use to visit the poor with my friends and family who gave one-million pounds like me.i love my family sooo very much.i love those people who love their family and take care of the poor,if i was them i would make sure that every one knows that and does that like me.this is all the truth.would you people expect me to lie,no!bye and thank you.

| Posted on 2008-06-14 | by a guest


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i hope you will all love my poetry because i will know you are my number one fan!thank you if you are reading my poems.wish you a lovely time reading my poetry and i hope you will at least have some feelins about this and a little bit of emotions.thank you all again if you care about the human race and mostly about the poor.you have got to be just like me.would you like to know why?beacause i always gave one-million pounds to charity and i sometimes use to visit the poor with my friends and family who gave one-million pounds like me.i love my family sooo very much.i love those people who love their family and take care of the poor,if i was them i would make sure that every one knows that and does that like me.this is all the truth.would you people expect me to lie,no!bye and thank you.

| Posted on 2008-06-14 | by a guest


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i hope you will all love my poetry because i will know you are my number one fan!thank you if you are reading my poems.wish you a lovely time reading my poetry and i hope you will at least have some feelins about this and a little bit of emotions.thank you all again if you care about the human race and mostly about the poor.you have got to be just like me.would you like to know why?beacause i always gave one-million pounds to charity and i sometimes use to visit the poor with my friends and family who gave one-million pounds like me.i love my family sooo very much.i love those people who love their family and take care of the poor,if i was them i would make sure that every one knows that and does that like me.this is all the truth.would you people expect me to lie,no!bye and thank you.

| Posted on 2008-06-14 | by a guest


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i hope you will all love my poetry because i will know you are my number one fan!thank you if you are reading my poems.wish you a lovely time reading my poetry and i hope you will at least have some feelins about this and a little bit of emotions.thank you all again if you care about the human race and mostly about the poor.you have got to be just like me.would you like to know why?beacause i always gave one-million pounds to charity and i sometimes use to visit the poor with my friends and family who gave one-million pounds like me.i love my family sooo very much.i love those people who love their family and take care of the poor,if i was them i would make sure that every one knows that and does that like me.this is all the truth.would you people expect me to lie,no!bye and thank you.

| Posted on 2008-06-14 | by a guest


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this story as the title suggests is about a man who no longer has a daugther. However, he apparently cannot come to terms with her passin and as such cannot close the door allowing her memory to be rested. Though he is he is sad the rest of the neighbour hood is in a festive mood highlighting that life goes on with or without you. Eventually he has come to realise that the only way to get over his lost is to close the door to her painful memory and face reality that she is gone and know the he should celebrate her life rather than lamenting on her death.

| Posted on 2006-05-16 | by Approved Guest


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The title is suggestive of what the poem entails, a father, lamenting the loss of his only child. Because of this he is no longer able to be the person he once was. He is encouraged to face reality and move on. It was hunting season, where every person in the village would participate. No one was to be left behind. But even with all the excitement from the girls, Timothy's mind was only on the memory of his lost child.

| Posted on 2006-03-26 | by Approved Guest




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