There is Pleasure in the Pathless Woods by Lord Byron
There Is Pleasure In The Pathless Woods Poem by George Gordon Byron - Poem Hunter
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There Is Pleasure In The Pathless Woods – By Lord Byron
And yet, the desire for solitude and for silence sometimes feels like one of the most universal human emotions; everyone from time to time can benefit from being entirely and purely alone. Perhaps this is why paintings and photographs of the natural world as so common and so popular — because the feeling of solitude is universally desired in some capacity. Reflecting a strong desire for solitude and peace, it has become one of his most popular short poems not an entirely accurate designation, of course, but it is still well worth reading on its own. To say there is pleasure in a pathless woods is to say there is a certain kind of joy in walking the path that others do not. When someone is walking on a forest trail, anyone else can be on the same trail.
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