At Last She Comes Poem by Robert Louis Stevenson

At Last She Comes

Rating: 3.2


AT last she comes, O never more
In this dear patience of my pain
To leave me lonely as before,
Or leave my soul alone again.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
John Yourpoemsucks 17 September 2012

I coulda pooped out something better

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John Yourpoemsucks 17 September 2012

this poem sucks...alot

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John Yourpoemsucks 17 September 2012

this poem sucks, my homosexual rabbit could've written something better

4 8 Reply
Carlos Echeverria 17 September 2012

Stevenson masterfully utilizes enjambment to pack intense feelings into one sentence.

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Kevin Straw 17 September 2009

This poem is complete. There is a grammatical problem I think. To make better sense, the 2nd line should be the last so the poem would read: AT last she comes, O never more To leave me lonely as before, Or leave my soul alone again. In this dear patience of my pain

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Leela chatterjee 15 June 2018

She came but leaves him to feel lonely in body and soul.

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Very sad feeling when a hurt is broken by a girlfriend

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Mana Kavingyan 12 February 2016

In this dear patience of my pain Lovely lines

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