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"What would the world be, once bereft, of wet and wildness? Oh, let them be left. Let them be left, wildness and wet; long live the trees and the wilderness yet."--Gerard Manley Hopkins

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‘Glory be to God for For Dappled Things’

‘Glory be to God for For Dappled Things’ « Sketches & Jottings

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Featured Poem: No Worst, There Is None by Gerard Manley Hopkins | The Reader Online

Gerard Manley Hopkins - "Let Him easter in us, be a dayspring to the dimness of us, be a crimson-cresseted...". poetry

from Micha Boyett

For Brooksie, upon his turning ten months old.

For Brooksie, upon his turning ten months old. - Micha Boyett (Gerard Manley Hopkins, Elizabeth Bishop)