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From heart-experience, and in humblest sense
Of Modesty, that he, who in his youth
A daily wanderer among woods and fields
With living Nature hath been intimate,
Not only in that raw unpractised time
Is stirred to ecstasy, as others are,
By glittering verse but further, doth receive,
In measure only dealt out to himself, 
Knowledge and increase of enduring joy
From the great Nature that exists in works 
Of mighty Poets.

William Wordsworth

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