We've been posting some poetry appropriate to the season. A friend sent this famous Wordsworth poem, appropriate to a season in which materialism can overtake other attitudes about the world. The ideas are relevant even to those not formally celebrating these days for religious reasons. At least, their spirit is about perceiving the nature of the Nature of which we're apart, and in cultural terms, about trying to get along and live together. Maybe you recall this from your school days, as we did. But we thank Hank for reminding us of it.