A Night Thought

Lo! where the Moon along the sky
Sails with her happy destiny;
Oft is she hid from mortal eye
Or dimly seen,

by William Wordsworth Click to read full poem

Comments (35)

Ingrates who wear a smile less face .It is wonderful saying about humans when moon is so happy looking.
Nature is far superior to humanity though ironically we were once a part of nature.
A foward race! With the muse of life. Thanks for sharing.
A nice comparison between Nature's beauty and man world lacking lustre despite prosperity by Wordsworth in this simple poem show the skill of creativity of the poet very well and wonderful!
The moon also symbolizes innocence, which implies then that humankind is failing in that area as well.
beautiful poem with the sublime feelings for the Nature- -ingrates who wear a smileless face and bright ship of heaven
Wordsworth finely portrays the beauty of nature and the dreariness of the mortal world. Sounds true to the core.
I rarely comment, but this poem is just breath taking
read 'How sweet it is...' too; and using 'froward'
nice work.....................................! ! ! !
Be thankful for what you've got. I keep trying to remind myself that.
Awesome imagination!
O' bright ship of heaven I wish to take a voyage on your beautiful vessel.. :)
reflects the greatness of the nature.
lovely poem. i like.