The poem 'Slumber Did My Spirit Seal' written by the famous English poet William Wordsworth on the death of his beloved Lucy. Lucy is believed to be an imaginative character created by the poet to reflect his thoughts through a poem. He says that his beloved's death has made him devoid of all emotions such as fear. He does not care about anything in the world as he lost his beloved. He feels like having gone into a deep slumber that has enclosed his spirit. His beloved has now turned into a soul and cannot experience anything that is human. She is untouched by time and seasons of the earth. Life does not exist in her anymore, and therefore there is no force of life. She cannot see, hear or feel anything human or earthly. But all souls are blended into the Universe and becomes part of nature. The poet's beloved is now a part of the cosmos and exists in fragments in rocks, stones and trees.