Elizabeth Barrett Browning

Durham / England
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Durham / England
Monday, January 5, 2015

Flush Or Faunus Comments

Rating: 4.8
You see this dog. It was but yesterday
I mused, forgetful of his presence here,
Till thought on thought drew downward tear on tear;

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Elizabeth Barrett Browning
COMMENTS
Marieta Maglas 27 April 2020
This beautiful poem for the transfiguration of the soul belonging to a dear animal emphasizes the purity and the love feeling existent in the absence of consciousness and necessary for the complex process of human asceticism
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Dr Antony Theodore 27 April 2020
But as my bearded vision closelier ran My tears off, I knew Flush, and rose above Surprise and sadness; thanking the true Pan, Who, by low creatures, leads to heights of love. very good poem. tony
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Mahtab Bangalee 27 April 2019
I started first, as some Arcadian Amazed by goatly god in twilight grove../// amazing expression
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Kumarmani Mahakul 27 April 2019
Forgetful of his presence here is mused with great enthusiasm and this poem motivates readers with great care and dignity. Surprise and sadness was known in flush. Low creature still leads to height of love and this poem is very brilliantly penned. An excellent sharing is done.10
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Surprise and sadness; thanking the true Pan, Who, by low creatures, leads to heights of love. Low creatures may sometimes turn to have tunbeleivablly oo much love for the owner.
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Varsha M 27 April 2019
Well written. Loved reading.
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Ratnakar Mandlik 27 April 2019
A touching sentimental account of the love and loyalty of the pet dog portrayed in an out standing life song.
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Kumarmani Mahakul 27 April 2019
So moving. Beautiful poem on dog, love and grief.
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Ramesh T A 27 April 2019
A wonderful sonnet depicting the character of a best companion for a lady both in joy and sorrow in life!
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Manpreet Singh 27 April 2019
Dogs can sense your depression and act to make you feel better. Use of mythical images to describe a common interaction between a dog and its owner is impressive.
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A dog is a great friend of man. So faithful and trustworthy! Only dog lovers would understand the sentiment attached to this flush of faunus! A head as hairy as Faunus, thrust its way Right sudden against my face, —two golden-clear Large eyes astonished mine, —a drooping ear Did flap me on either cheek, to dry the spray! The flush and spray of true love! An interesting poem!
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Tom Allport 26 April 2017
a girls best friend poem with lots of sloppy kisses? ..........wonderfully written.
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Sandra Feldman 26 April 2017
I loved your comment. It made me smile and then drop some tears for mine, no longer here
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Lantz Pierre 26 April 2017
There is nothing like a loving ode to a big, loving dog. Cats can have the internet, dogs just have to get in their owners' faces and mop up the tears and provoke a smile. Irresistible and appropriately irreverent.
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Bernard F. Asuncion 26 April 2017
Heights of love.... thanks for posting....
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Edward Kofi Louis 26 April 2017
Downward tear! ! Thanks for sharing.
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