Poet Tobias Hill examines the poetry of William Wordsworth as he treks in the Lake District of England, Wordsworth's home. Hill dialogs with others about what influenced Wordsworth and what kind of poet he was. Notes his poetry is concerned with nature, humans, and society. Excerpts from "The Rainbow," "The Prelude," "Lucy Gray," and others illustrate some of his themes. Addresses Wordsworth's poetry, not his life.