Thursday, January 1, 2004

My Heart And I Comments

Rating: 3.1

ENOUGH ! we're tired, my heart and I.
We sit beside the headstone thus,


Khairul Ahsan 19 October 2020
'So tired, so tired, my heart and I! Though now none takes me on his arm To fold me close and kiss me warm Till each quick breath end in a sigh Of happy languor. Now, alone, We lean upon this graveyard stone, Uncheered, unkissed, my heart and I.' - Loved this stanza the most!
0 0 Reply
Mahtab Bangalee 19 October 2020
`Dear love, you're looking tired, ' he said; I, smiling at him, shook my head: 'Tis now we're tired, my heart and I....... In this poem lover and beloved became tired as separated being to finding out each to other. I think it's a pure poem of love
0 0 Reply
Vanidia Ogega 19 October 2020
This is such a contrast to Pablo's IF YOU FORGET ME...a and has an average closeness to Poe's ANNABELL LEE. It is an ode to the heart.
0 0 Reply
Edward Kofi Louis 19 October 2020
Tired! ! ! Muse of love and life; " Our own blood drenched the pen" ! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
0 0 Reply
Savita Tyagi 19 October 2020
Though we keep pushing the boundaries of old age, yet it’s effect can’t be denied. Yes it resonates well with me.
0 0 Reply
Ratnakar Mandlik 18 September 2016
A beautifully envisioned meaningful and thought provoking poem. Thanks for sharing it here.
0 2 Reply
Susan Williams 16 October 2015
about the destructive effects of grief and loss, and about the inability to move on after the death of someone the author loved
22 3 Reply
Azcuena Acosta 11 July 2009
This poem embodies every bit of feeling in me! ! !
3 3 Reply
Liz Elizabeth 07 August 2007
that's relly great..i like it^_^
2 2 Reply

Delivering Poems Around The World

Poems are the property of their respective owners. All information has been reproduced here for educational and informational purposes to benefit site visitors, and is provided at no charge...

6/25/2021 9:21:07 AM #