Friday, January 3, 2003

If I Could But Forget Comments

Rating: 3.9

If I could but forget
The fullness of those first sweet days,
When you burst sun-like thro' the haze
Of unacquaintance, on my sight,


Paul Laurence Dunbar
Genevieve 27 September 2018

I know how this feels. He speaks to the soul of human experience.

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Ludolf Dauphin 16 February 2018

Such a lovely poem. The pain is real.

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Terry Craddock 12 March 2015

Love passion deep emotions, have times of 'If I could but forget', when ecstasy of love awoken, fades into bitter ashes of regretful despair. This raises the famous question, is it better to have loved and lost, or would sanity peace of mind choose, not to have loved at all?

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Ramesh T A 11 March 2015

Nicely written poem to read and enjoy sure!

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The hardships that experienced and sorrow a good poem.

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Sylva Portoian 30 January 2010

Dunber, We pretend to forget But we can't forget. Even your hearty poem We will never forget Because you're a special poet. You wrote in a special day.

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William Sherratt 18 April 2006

A hurting heart beautifully described.

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A really beautiful poem. You can feel his aching heart!

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Sallie Howson 04 June 2005

oh this is wonderful

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