.::. 1-11-2011 .::. written for British Literature II .::. Abigail Morris .::.
+ Seven Souls—Five Breathing Still
“We Are Seven” (p.249), by William Wordsworth, is a poem which seems to tell of an episode experienced by the narrator when he engages in a short conversation asking after the family of an eight-year-old girl he has happened upon near a church. It is a short exploration of the innocence and almost blissful ignorance which accompanies the early years of childhood. Continue reading