The River Poem from 9th English

The River Poem from 9th English

The River Poem from 9th English

  • The River Poem from 9th English is provided here.
  • By Caroline Ann Bowles

River, river, little river!
Bright you sparkle on your way;
O’er the yellow pebbles dancing,
Through the flowers and foliage glancing,
Like a child at play.
River, river! Swelling river!
On you rush through rough and smooth;
Louder, faster, brawling, leaping.
Over rocks, by rose-banks, sweeping
Like impetuous youth.
River, river! Brimming river!
Broad and deep, and still as time;
Seeming still, yet still in motion,
Tending onward to the ocean,
Just like mortal prime.
River, river! Headlong river!
Down you dash into the sea,
Sea that line hath never sounded,
Sea that sail hath never rounded,
Like eternity.

About the poet

  • Caroline Ann Bowles (1786-1854) was an English poet and the wife of Robert Southey, the poet laureate of Britain.
  • She was a poet of great merit and produced some of the best work at the threshold of the Victorian era.
  • She wrote various other works including ‘The Little Ladybird’, ‘Chapter on Churchyard’ and ‘Tales of
    the Factories’

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