• James


Updated: Nov 11, 2021

The Wilderness has a mysterious tongue

Which teaches awful doubt, or faith so mild,

So solemn, so serene, that man maybe,

But for such faith, with Nature reconciled;

Thou hast a voice, great mountain, to repeal

Large codes of fraud & woe; not understood

By all, but which the wise, & great & good

Interpret, or make felt or deeply feel.

William Wordsworth.

(poem dedicated to you, Quentin, you are a bloody good sport!)

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