I wasn’t lonely and I wasn’t wandering. My friend and I went down Glemcoyne Bay,Ullswater to see the daffodils which had inspired William Wordsworth to write his famous poem (not the same daffs, but their descendants) It is rumoured that on 15th April 1802 Dorothy and William went to this area, she recorded it in her diary and he wrote the poem.
We were a bit early but to record the occasion I read the poem out loud. Fortunately no-one could hear me, not even the two fishermen by the lake.
‘If God so clothed the grass of the field which is here today and tomorrow is thrown into the fire, will He not much more clothe you, oh you of little faith. Matt 6:30
Carol, the reader of poetry.