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William Wordsworth loved a small imaginary girl Lucy very much. Her death put a great effect on him. The poet says that her deep sleep has made his soul a seal. Her death has made him so insensitive that he can’t realize human fears. He says that the child can’t have any feeling of this earthly time because she has died. Now she can’t hear or see anything. But the poet consoles himself with the thought that she has become a permanent part of nature. She moves in this cosmos as the earth does on its axes in a daily routine. She is moving with the rocks, stones, and trees all the time.