William Wordsworth (1770–1850) was an English Romantic poet famous for helping to usher in the Romantic Age in English literature with the publication of “Lyrical Ballads” (1798), which he co-wrote with Samuel Taylor Coleridge. All the poems of “Lyrical Ballads” are presented in this volume together with his 1807 work “Poems, in Two Volumes” and other assorted poems. Wordsworth’s wonderful poesy is evocative of the sublime beauty of both nature and the everyday world, not to be missed by poetry lovers and fans of Romantic poetry in particular. The poems include: “To the Daisy”, “Louisa”, “Fidelity”, “She was a Phantom of delight”, “The Redbreast and the Butterfly”, “The Sailor’s Mother”, “To the Small Celandine”, “To the same Flower”, “Character of the Happy Warrior”, “The Horn of Egremont Castle”, etc. Wordsworth was poet laureate of Britain between 1843 until his death in 1850. Other notable works by this author include: “The Tables Turned”, “The Thorn”, and “Lines Composed A Few Miles above Tintern Abbey”.