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    Dorothy Wordsworth Poem Published for First Time

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    • A hungry heart .

      “Buried beneath the glittering / Lake Its place no longer to be found; / But the lost fragments shall remain / To fertilize some other ground.” A previously unpublished poem by Dorothy Wordsworth, (poet, sister, and muse of William), “Lines addressed to my kind friend & medical attendant, Thomas Carr,” is on the Oxford University Press blog. Wordsworth was, at the time, suffering from arteriosclerosis and dementia.

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