Dorothy Parker

Long Branch / New Jersey
Dorothy Parker
Long Branch / New Jersey
Monday, January 13, 2003

Autumn Valentine Comments

Rating: 2.9
In May my heart was breaking-
Oh, wide the wound, and deep!
And bitter it beat at waking,
And sore it split in sleep.


M Asim Nehal 08 February 2019
From come september to November is a wonderful season, A wonderful poem.
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Mini Troubadoura 08 February 2019
Love her witty, drama queen nature. So true. We see our slights and heartaches as so big, all consuming until one day, they seem so silly.
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Dr Antony Theodore 08 February 2019
And bitter it beat at waking, And sore it split in sleep. heart breaking. tony
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Adrian Flett 08 February 2019
A smile to the face thanks, as always, from Dorothy Parker..
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Extreme pain causes amnesia, even for hearts. Like that of soldiers traumatized by war. Ms. Parker does a great job at creativity here, with the last line as a surprise.
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Donna Golding 24 June 2008
'What heart was that, it cried'...the heart in question, the author's, is oblivious to its past. Pain and time has altered its state. The memory that was so painful has been forgotten, or lat least, suppressed.
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Gaurav Mittal 07 July 2007
I have not understood the last line - ' 'What heart was that? ' it cried. '. Can somebody please explain it to me.
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