Though Wordsworth's gloss on the poem emphasizes the "moment when the intenseness
of his mind is beginning to remit," the poetic lines obscure that lapse.
Unlike knowledge of arthritis and other chronic pain conditions the general public only knows that fibromyalgia causes some kind of pain but they have no idea the intenseness
of the pain or severity of other symptoms that are part of the fibromyalgia spectrum.
How wonderful, then, must have been the power of that mind which, verifying its own grand conception of the Poet, seized both the external world and the world of Fancy, and with an ease, which has not left the slightest mark of labour, made the sauciness of Satire, the playfulness of Fancy, and the intenseness
of Sentiment, unite in the most perfect harmony
There was an intenseness
to those semi-finals that we can recognise.
First, he says (following the classical tradition), a friend must be a good or a virtuous person--a bad person could never exercise true charity; second, a friend must be good-natured or have a ' liberal, sweet, obliging temper' in order to love his friend with an intenseness
of affection; third, true friends must enjoy a ' likeness of disposition' or an ' agreeableness of humours', otherwise their friendship is unlikely to endure; and fourth, true friends must be 'few in Number', because 'tis impossible our love can be very intense when divided among many' ('Letter', p.
She hates him with an intensive intenseness
and yet I think he's cute.
One of the big things coach Pettibone instilled in me was the recruiting process, and the work ethic that it takes to recruit, and the other factors, as far as trying to get a team ready every week, coming off a couple of lean years, and the intenseness
of the rivalry with Oregon," Hoke said.