You Left me, sweets, two legacies

You Left me sweets two legacies love is thicker than forget thinner than recall seldom than a wave is wet frequent than to fail E E Cummings Love is always kind It is enduring It does not bear a grudge Love always trusts It is never

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  • love is thicker than forget thinner than recall seldom than a wave is wet frequent than to fail E E Cummings Love is always kind It is enduring It does not bear a grudge Love always trusts It is never selfish It is unbound It is hopeful It always defends However, love, as we all know, is a two sided thing with the joy comes the pain The love is thicker than forget thinner than recall seldom than a wave is wet frequent than to fail E E Cummings Love is always kind It is enduring It does not bear a grudge Love always trusts It is never selfish It is unbound It is hopeful It always defends However, love, as we all know, is a two sided thing with the joy comes the pain The hottest love has the coldest end SocratesWhereas the joy of love comes as a swift flowing river, the pain when arrives, is always intense, unbearable, and sharper the river of joy comes first and then follows the vast ocean of pain Love and pain these are the two powerful emotions that almost all of the classic poets have touched in their work The goal of this book is to present readers with a collection of some of the best poetic work of influential poets like Emily Dickinson, Christina Rossetti, E E Cummings, Sara Teasdale, Amy Lowell, Robert Browning, John Clare, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, and Elizabeth Barrett Browning.

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    • A very nice collection of poems that shows both the pleasant and painful side of love. Poetry is the art of uniting pleasure with truth they say. The result of when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words and there is no stronger emotion than love. Kudos to the compiler for picking some of the best works of some of the greatest poets that have ever lived and presenting them in one beautiful collection. I thoroughly enjoyed exploring this beautiful form of literature thro [...]


    • love is more thicker than forgetmore thinner than recallmore seldom than a wave is wetmore frequent than to failit is most mad and moonlyand less it shall unbethan all the sea which onlyis deeper than the seaThat is how it starts – A reflection on two sides of love, the beginning of this collection of famous love poems “YOU left me, sweets, two legacies.” How wonderfully fitting, wouldn’t you say? Reading Buried Love, make you think how abruptly a relationship could end and change a life [...]


    • The poems, almost all of them speak the language of love, the language of heart. Some of the poems are all sweet and sentimental while many other are daunting, touch your soul: IT ’S all I have to bring to-day,This, and my heart beside, This, and my heart, and all the fields,And all the meadows wide. (IT ’S all I have to bring to-day) When I am dead and over me bright April Shakes out her rain-drenched hair, Though you should lean above me broken-hearted I shall not care.(I shall not care)Th [...]


    • Wow where to begin. First I would like to start by saying that I really enjoyed reading this book. It was composed poems by famous authors and poets. This book will put you in your feels. I read this book in one day. I made a cup of tea and baked some cookies and just read this book all afternoon. I haven’t read a lot of these poems and after reading this book I’m inspired to read more poetry. I highly recommend this book! It’s a perfect gift as well. Here are two of my favorite poems from [...]


    • "Keep love in your heart. A life without it is like a sunless garden when the flowers are dead."Oscar WildeLove can be about numerous things and ways. It's not always romantic. Sometimes it's connected to family, friends, or other people that surround us."I loved my love from green of SpringUntil sere Autumn's fall; But now that leaves are withering How should one love at all? One heart's too smallFor hunger, cold, love, everything."Christina RossettiThere are times that we give all of our love [...]


    • A beautiful collection of lovely haunting poems, this book is a treasure. The words speak to you directly, emotions are intense and pace is smooth. Page after page, there is a new gem of poetry. I had hard time deciding my favourites from the collection. Some of the poems I read a few times, and found myself fascinated by the depth the words in them contained.This is a collection one can read again and again. Or better, you rather mark it as “currently reading”. And isn’t that a thing abou [...]


    • Even though I am not a poetry fan, I found this collection of sixty-one love poems a really nice read. Not only does the book present two sides of love, giving a full spectrum of emotions this feeling can bring, it also gathers some of the most influential poets in one place. A classic and adorable book for the heart and the bookshelf :)


    • "You left me, sweet, two legacies,-A legacy of loveA heavenly Father would content Had He the offer of;You left me boundaries of pain Capacious as the sea,Between eternity and time, Your consciousness and me."I really enjoyed this collection! I've been trying to read more poetry and this was an amazing way to start. Most of them were completely new to me, I'll definitely be reading more from these poets. I actually reread the collection a few times after finishing!


    • More like 3.75 stars, to be really specific. These were all poems I'm pretty sure I have never heard or read before, which is a plus, I think, when reading a poetry collection. My overall thoughts are that I really liked a lot of the poems and now I'm definitely going to be looking into poetry collections from some of the poets/authors that are featured in this collection. Whenever I read a poetry collection I end up wanting to continue reading poetry- even if it's a few poems every day. I think [...]


    • A really beautiful collection of love poems! Normally I am not that into love poems as they are often too cheesy for me but right at the beginning love is compared to a river with the amazing and intense sides of it, but then follows (sometimes) an ocean of pain. I love the fact that both sides of love are mentioned directly in this wonderful metaphor.In this book you have many beautiful different short poems in one. So you can either read them at once or browse through the book and read just on [...]


    • The book is a collection of poems emphasising on different stages of love. The author has amalgamated some of the best poetic compositions which reflect upon different shades of an immensely rich sentiment. I am an ardent poetry admirer so this is a perfect encapsulation of some of the best verses which has enabled me to develop a deep connection. This book takes me to an emotional roller coaster ride as I read between the lines. One of my favourite is Night Song At Amalfi by Sara Teasdale which [...]


    • YOU left me, sweet, two legacies,— A legacy of love A Heavenly Father would content, Had He the offer of; You left me boundaries of pain Capacious as the sea, Between eternity and time, Your consciousness and me. “YOU left me, sweets, two legacies” is rumination on love, about love, and about Joy and pain associated with love. With all these brilliant poems popping in and out of my Ereader's pages, is there anyone as good as all these nineteenth century’s poets: Shelley, Dickinson, John [...]


    • A great love poem collection- there were poems that were unfamiliar to me, and i found that to be the best part. Definitely leaves you more curious about the subject of love poems!


    • "Whereas the joy in love comes as a swift flowing river, pain when arrives is always more intense, more unbearable, and sharper - the river of joy comes first and then follows the vast ocean of pain. The pain with time diminishes to a ghost, but when it is there, it is one great suffering - greater than the joy love brings. The Poets, by the very necessity of their vocation, are the closest students of language in any literature. They are the most exacting in their demands upon the resources of [...]


    • A great collection of love poems. I have read Elizabeth Browning and Emily Dickinson on many occasions but the other authors were a revelation. Each time you read these poems, you understand something else about theme beauty of classics.


    • This is an amazing compilation of poetry. Being new to the genre of poetry, it took me some time to get to the gist of the poems but the more I read, the more I fell in love with them. The title of the book itself suggests how beautifully the author has compiled the love poems by the famous poets like Emily Dickinson, Shelley, Dickinson, John Clare, Teasdale, Christina Rossetti, Browning, Cummings.YOU left me, sweet, two legacies,A legacy of loveA Heavenly Father would content,Had he the offer o [...]


    • This book is a collection of love poems or to be exact, poems about different stages of love. Poems are from various authors. Some I did know because they are canonical classics, the others I didn't . I am not a poetry fan, I started disliking it in Elementary school where were analysing "What did the author mean? What did he/she wanted to say? What does this mean?" etc. Poetry isn't about meaning, because poetry has to speak to your heart. You have to feel the poem and for each reader the poem [...]


    • Collecting and putting together poems is difficult task that to if relates to subject like love is still difficult. As one finds countless poems that are read and enjoyed by readers. Introduction to this collection will provide about collection. Many poems are new to me but enjoyed reading the collection. Surely poetry lovers will enjoy this collection.



    • Sonnet 43 - How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height My soul can reach, when feeling out of sight For the ends of being and ideal grace. I love thee to the level of every day’s Most quiet need, by sun and candle-light. I love thee freely, as men strive for right. I love thee purely, as they turn from praise. I love thee with the passion put to use In my old griefs, and with my childhood’s faith. I love thee with a love I seemed to lose With m [...]



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