A Complaint

There is a change--and I am poor;
Your love hath been, nor long ago,
A fountain at my fond heart's door,
Whose only business was to flow;

by William Wordsworth Click to read full poem

Comments (20)

" What happy moments did I count Blest was I then all bliss above " A mind blowing poem penned by the master spirit.
i want to die this is so dispersing and bad 🤧🤧🤧
Hmmm, this poem upsets me in many different ways I cannot stand it, I feel attacked by this poem, I HATE IT!
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This poem is don’t read it
The is it makes me want to die It is
The is it makes me want to die
I literally hate this it made me cry seven times they should feel ashamed of themselves
it is rubbish and bad because it makes me feel sad
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nice poem I like this poem very good
spontaneous overflow
Though the love still exists it has surely lost the sparkle that it previously had when it sprang at the heart's door. Excellent.
I love how he compares love as a fountain...then as a well...nice write...
nice poem.i like this poem very much.
Love hinted at and hopefully received, enriching his senses. Then blowing cold. He is still hopeful but mixed with doubt and deep feeling of heartache and loss. No longer feeling the richness of the tingling a of shining new love. Thus feeling poor. Heartache and longing.
I love this poem. It is becoz most of the meanings of this poem are similar with my situation. Realistic William, classic output.
Very funny poem! But it has a sad story for us, though.
A nice poem that is rich in language along with expression and rhymes. I love it very much.
i feel we can consider him a champion of nature, colourful nerration.