undisordered

undisordered

(ˌʌndɪsˈɔːdəd)
adj
not disordered or disturbed; in order
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Such sympathies, though rarely, were betrayed / By outward gestures and by visible looks: / Some called it madness--so indeed it was, / If child-like fruitfulness in passing joy, / If steady moods of thoughtfulness matured / To inspiration, sort with such a name; / If prophecy be madness; if things viewed / By poets in old time, and higher up / By the first men, earth's first inhabitants, / May in these tutored days no more be seen / With undisordered sight.