Several other authors were more or less closely associated with the Lake Poets by residence or social affiliation.
Southey has often been classed with Wordsworth as belonging to a school of "Lake Poets."
He was an exact contemporary of the Lake Poets, this other lion, and there is a spice of humour in the thought!
The Lake Poets honoured the struggle only when it was against the tyranny of Napoleon, England's enemy.
All is very sweet and pleasing and has its own peculiar charm, like the school of Lake Poets.
In merry jest, tipped with acid, some one called them "The Lake Poets," as if there were poets and Lake Poets.
Wordsworth and his companions have been called the Lake Poets, because they resided among the English lakes.
Brizeux, the poet of Brittany, reminds us of the Lake Poets, though he knew nothing about them.
His objection to the 'Lake Poets' was the objection of the classical to the romantic school.