Comparative Study of the Poetry of William Words Worth and Tanveer Abbasi
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William Wordsworth (1770–1851) was born on the 7th April, in Cocumouth, Cumberland, England. He got his early education at Hawks Head Grammar School. During this time, he wrote his first poem. After that, he went to Cambridge, where he got his graduate degree in 1791. In 1798, his book called "lyrical ballads" was published. He wrote many poems regarding the beauty of nature. He observed nature closely and he captured natural beauty. He has depicted nature in words with an aesthetic sense. So, it is observed that there is his intimacy with nature. He calls poetry the "spontaneous" overflow of powerful feelings, which reflects automatically due to closeness with nature. Therefore, his poetry has an impact on readers as well as listeners. He wants to persuade and please people in this world. In the same way, the poetry of Tanveer Abbasi is filled with persuasive art and natural beauty. He shows his closeness to the beauty of nature. So, it is observed that both words' worth and Tanveer Abbasi have intimacy with nature in great abundance.