Robert Browning
London / England
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A Lovers' Quarrel

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Oh, what a dawn of day!
How the March sun feels like May!
All is blue again
After last night's rain,
And the South dries the hawthorn-spray.
Only, my Love's away!
I'd as lief that the blue were grey,
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Ratnakar Mandlik 03 October 2019
The sweet quarrels of lovers over trivial causes wonderfully unfolded through the couplets. A pleasure to read the interesting scenes.
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* Sunprincess * 12 November 2013
wow he is definitely great with words, of course she forgives him as before :)
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Christopher Gould 11 July 2013
We hurt the one we love.We sometimes kill the one we love.You can go off people quite suddenly.These subjects all occur and reoccur in Brownings poetry.Browning is specially good at drawing attention to how extreme attraction and admiration teeters on revulsion or downright hostility sometimes.I can identify with this because I have gone through it myself in my own personal life.
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Airda Jones 03 April 2008
Browning is like a Shakespeare that can thread his words around your heart but Browning can offer the chance to have every word understood. It just ties me in knots to read his poetry and how well it flows from exciting to calming.
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