Claudia Fitzgerald Poems
|3.||A Holy Curiosity||2/20/2007|
|4.||A Song So Little||3/26/2007|
|5.||The Immorality And Immortality Of Youth||4/9/2007|
|9.||“war Does Not Determine Who Is Right – Only Who Is Left.” Bertrand Russell||12/7/2007|
|10.||'The Trouble With Some Women Is They Get All Excited About Nothing - And Then They Marry Him.' Cher||2/6/2008|
|12.||Actions Speak Louder Than Words||2/20/2007|
|13.||'I'M Not Afraid Of Storms, For I'M Learning To Sail My Ship' Louisa May Alcott||2/6/2008|
|14.||“who So Loves, Believes The Impossible.” Elizabeth Barrett Browning||12/7/2007|
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“who So Loves, Believes The Impossible.” Elizabeth Barrett Browning
I was led into love with an eager palm,
full of life and vigour and youth.
I was shunted from love with the back of the hand,
careless, selfish and uncouth.
The winds do moan as the trees howl from their roots
and the days grow cold, as the nights grow fierce
with the remembrance of the lover’s previous hold
and the bittersweet tear for the wisdom untold.
I have lived a thousand years of the groans of the women before,
who’s lovers, like mine, were men and boys too foolish to see
that the one they hurt is themselves eventually and not me.
No, not ...