'That inward eye which is the bliss of solitude' by Pip Hall

'That inward eye which is the bliss of solitude' by Pip Hall

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This line is from William Wordsworth's poem The Daffodils, which was a collaborative affair, resulting from a walk along the banks of Ullswater with his sister Dorothy. The description of the daffodils which she wrote afterwards in her journal inspired her brother's poem. And it was his wife Mary who contributed the two lines from which this extract is taken. What appeals to me about this quote is the suggestion of a door opening into the joyful realm of the imagination.

Designed and v-cut in lavender Penrhyn slate.

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