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Ah! Why, Because The Dazzling Sun

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Ah! why, because the dazzling sun
Restored my earth to joy
Have you departed, every one,
And left a desert sky?

All through the night, your glorious eyes
Were gazing down in mine,
And with a full heart's thankful sighs
I blessed that watch divine!

I was at peace, and drank your beams
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Anil Kumar Panda 29 September 2019

A beautiful poem from one of my favourite poets. Like to read again and again. Very well composed and with a sweet flow it touches the heart. Thanks for sharing.10++++++

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Mirela Athanas 06 February 2019

Emily Bronte, one of my favorite poets, has written this gem of a poem in a musical language, verses follow each other so fluently and harmonically, rhyme is so natural and not forced, exactly like an artful piece where everything is poetically painted. Masterpiece I would call this poem, majestic, in the way it expresses everything she feels from dawn to night and dreams, where many times, many of us feel refuge and feel better. Perfection!

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Edward Kofi Louis 06 February 2019

Boundless! ! ! Have you departed? ! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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Ratnakar Mandlik 06 February 2019

A master piece of a lovely profound poem. Hats off to the great poetess for composing such an intense verse.

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Dr Antony Theodore 06 February 2019

Blood-red he rose, and arrow-straight, His fierce beams struck my brow; The soul of Nature sprang elate, But mine sank sad and low! ..beautiful and very poetic.. tony

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Adrian Flett 06 February 2019

Emily Bronte, such a great novelist, expresses in this poem the need we all have to seek the stars and the dark of night sometimes, rather than the harsh searching light of the day.

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was at peace, and drank your beams As they were life to me And revelled in my changeful dreams Nice to remember Like petrel on the sea

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Bernard F. Asuncion 06 February 2019

A lovely poem by Emily Jane Bronte.....

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