All Nature Has a Feeling

All Nature Has a Feeling  (1845) 
by John Clare

Erin Lafford; Valerie Pedlar; Andrew Kotting; Sarah Corbett, Robert Heyes, Ron Paul Salutsky, David Worrall, Adam White (13 July 2014). John Clare Society Journal 33 (2014): John Clare Society Journal. John Clare Society. pp. 80–. ISBN 978-0-9564113-5-8. 

All nature has a feeling woods fields brooks
Are life eternal—& in silence they
Speak happiness—beyond the reach of books
There's nothing mortal in them—their decay
Is the green life of change to pass away
& come again in blooms revivified
Its birth was heaven eternal is its stay
& with the sun & moon shall still abide
Beneath their night & day & heave[n] wide

This work was published before January 1, 1926, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.