Sunday, May 13, 2001

A Woman's Last Word Comments

Rating: 3.1
Let's contend no more, Love,
Strive nor weep:
All be as before, Love,
---Only sleep!

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COMMENTS
Mahtab Bangalee 03 February 2020
Be a god and hold me With a charm! Be a man and fold me With thine arm! really superb and fantastic writing skill greatly written straightly FAV list
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Anthony Duart Maclean 25 February 2019
My father used to quote these pages of Robert Browning when I was a child. He never quoted from a book. He knew the literature by heart. I loved listening to him.
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Alexander Hay-Whitton 25 November 2018
This poem scares the out of me as a married man. Never read it without worrying about whether I might be putting my wife through that!
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Chandan Dey 11 May 2018
A wonderful love poem with wonderful drafting. A beauty in the simplicity.
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Me Poet Yeps Poet 11 May 2018
ROBERT BROWNING He was the most authentic poet of love and I take after him there is nothing beyond this life nor UNIVERSE SO WHILE ON MOMMY EARTH let us only love and enjoy whilst we love and leave a progeny behind like you and me
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Me Poet Yeps Poet 11 May 2018
He was the most authentic poet of love and I take after him there is nothing beyond this life nor UNIVERSE SO WHILE ON MOMMY EARTH let us only love and enjoy whilst we love and leave a progeny behind like you and me
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Kumarmani Mahakul 11 May 2018
Love and the words from the heart of a woman have been well executed by Robert Browning. Beautiful poem.
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Such a splendid poem by Robert Browning??????
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I must bury sorrow Out of sight: ..... So intense the writing it brings almost tear at its reading last. Browning is so powerful.... so.... I salute such word-artists silently many times after reading such work. Nice post indeed. Thanks to PH.
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An exemplar of plain English. Take note.
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Abhimanyu Kumar.s 19 December 2017
Nobody has ever read or CAn read a girl's psyche, yet this poet has made a marvelous attempt. Good
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Edward Kofi Louis 19 December 2017
Cheek on cheek! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
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Ratnakar Mandlik 19 December 2017
Superb manifestations of beloved's desires from the loved one expressed with tenderness and love.
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Mary Skarpathiotaki 19 December 2017
Must a little weep, Love, (Foolish me!) And so fall asleep, Love, Loved by thee..........excellent! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! 10+
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Sylvia Frances Chan 19 December 2017
LAST PART I never dare to give marks on Classic poems, since each one is of an absorbing BEAUTY and this one is full of courage in a Victorian Age as he was living by then. True Super of Highest Quality and Courageously worded. CONGRATULATIONS for The CLASSIC Poem of The Day.
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Sylvia Frances Chan 19 December 2017
FOURTH PART In our time, the woman loves indeed to, but does not dare to admit anymore, because the position of a woman has changed in at presents society. But in his time he was very true and correct. I have enjoyed this powerful and most beautiful poem of a true romanticus.
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Sylvia Frances Chan 19 December 2017
PART THREE In this poem, the poet explains about the relationship between a man and woman and no matter what the difference of opinion would be, at the end it is a beautiful relationship and lying eternally in a man’s hand is what every woman would love to be.
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Sylvia Frances Chan 19 December 2017
PART TWO Lastly she says that she is his in all spirit and flesh and she would love to be in his hands and share their love eternally. For the very moment she just wants to lay in his arms and feel the secure that he is with her.
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Sylvia Frances Chan 19 December 2017
PART ONE A poet full of contradictions, while living in the Victorian Age. But he dared to write and that is most important for a true poet as he. His own summary concerning this poem, I am citing here:
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Ramesh T A 19 December 2017
Robert Browning is the poet remains in heart after romantic poets writing poems on love as much as he can!
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