Excerpt from Wild Lakeland
A highway White with dust that Winds amid An undulating stretch of breezy down, Whose ruggedness by spreading ferns is hid Ten miles from any town.
Around the sandy hollows on the heath The blackberry vines in prickly clusters run, And hang... , a pendent hedge, Where pools beneath Lie winking in the sun.
The far-off hills are dotted White with sheep, And by the little footpath's rambling course A tiny beck that murmurs in its sleep Trickles beneath the gorse.
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