Dorothy was born on Christmas Day, 1771 as the only daughter of Ann Cockson and William Wordsworth. She became a poet after a member of her family, William Wordsworth, wrote a poem about her. Unfortunately, after she began writing only five of the poems she wrote was published during her lifetime. I read "To My Niece Dorothy, a Sleepless Baby" and became very intrigued by her use of adjectives and adverbs in this an all of the other writings I read that was written by Dorthy. In this particular writing she wrote " The days are cold; the nights are long..." the usage of the vivid explanation in just this sentence paints a bright picture of the setting in this poem.
In each of the poems I read that was written by Dorothy, the descriptions were vivid from the green grass, blue skies, to the thundering mill, each of her poems were vividly written to paint an extravagant picture of what, when, and where of the poems were being explained.
When Dorothy talked about the setting of where the poem took place at she would describe the things around , the color of flowers, she leaves on trees, snow on the ground, cold winds, etc... she could paint the picture of when the poem was to have occurred. This may be in the blooming of the flowers in the spring or summer, to the cold winds of the winter or early spring.
Her where might be in an a mill, rolling meadow, etc... I believe that she describes this with video particularity as well.
For these reasons I prefer reading her poems, thus far. I believe that her writings have been the easiest to read and opens my mind up to what she is saying. As I previously said my favorite so far is " To My Niece Dorothy;a Sleepless Baby"