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  1. says:

    A remarkable collection of artistic poetry in a Victorian worldview filled with wistful hopes, evocative imageries, and deep emotions Rossetti, a talented poetess, tackled recurring themes such as piety, love, sentimentalism, feminism, and somehow, like Emily Dickinson, had a penchant for death My only gripe here is that I was not a fan of her religious poems, but it s still worth reading I ve only selected the poems that I found lovely and soul stirring Excerpts and commentaries follow thereafter The Goblin MarketAn allegorical poem about temptation and redemption with sheer focus on sisterly love, sexual pleasures, or perhaps homosexuality in another interpretation as well as Victorian feminism A cautionary poem laden with heavy themes The Royal PrincessAn in depth examination of privilege and entitlement from the perspective of a secluded and lonely yet kind hearted princess Heart s Chill Between and Death s Chill Between are early, twin love poems which Rossetti had written when she was 16 years old prior to being a known poet Heart s Chill Between Death s Chill Between A BirthdayA lovely, birthday dedication for one s own lover SpringCelebrating life anew with the beauty of springtime Life and DeathA lugubrious look at both life and death Somewhere or OtherOne of my favourite poems of Rossetti Vivid, lush, and hopeful poem referring to one s soulmate RestDeath bestows its blessing to end the unendurable agony Another one of my favourites RememberOne of the greatest, heart rending, gut wrenching poems I ve ever read An unforgettable masterpiece L.E.L.A mesmerizing, accessible poem No Thank You, JohnThis was a fascinating poem Think of being friend zoned during the Victorian era.


  2. says:

    This poem is simply beautiful.RememberRemember me when I am gone away,Gone far away into the silent land When you can no hold me by the hand,Nor I half turn to go yet turning stay.Remember me when no day by dayYou tell me of our future that you plann d Only remember me you understandIt will be late to counsel then or pray.Yet if you should forget me for a whileAnd afterwards remember, do not grieve For if the darkness and corruption leaveA vestige of the thoughts that once I had,Better by far you should forget and smileThan that you should remember and be sad Christina Georgina Rossetti


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    Lie still, lie still, my breaking heart My silent heart, lie still and break Life, and the world, and mine own self, are changedFor a dream s sake.


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    Passing away the bliss, The anguish passing away Thus it is Today.Clean past away the sorrow, The pleasure brought back to stay Thus and this Tomorrow Passing


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    Who has seen the wind Neither I nor you But when the leaves hang tremblingThe wind is passing through.Who has seen the wind Neither you nor I But when the trees bow down their headsThe wind is passing by. Twist me a crown of wind flowers That I may fly awayTo hear the singers at their song, And players at their play.Put on your crown of wind flowers But whither would you go Beyond the surging of the seaAnd the storms that blow.Alas your crown of wind flowersCan never make you fly I twist them in a crown today,And tonight they die Remember me when I am gone away,Gone far away into the silent land When you can no hold me by the hand,Nor I half turn to go yet turning stay.Remember me when no day by dayYou tell me of our future that you plann d Only remember me you understandIt will be late to counsel then or pray.Yet if you should forget me for a whileAnd afterwards remember, do not grieve For if the darkness and corruption leaveA vestige of the thoughts that once I had,Better by far you should forget and smileThan that you should remember and be sad.


  6. says:

    Christina Rosetti s poems are masterpieces, a voice of her age and not just women but the people of her time Rosetti takes you on a sea of emotions and lets you down gentle feeling rejuvenated and smiling I love her poems and Remember is my ABSOLUTE favourite poem That and 2If by Rudyard Kipling I never think about death the same way, only Rosetti s poetry has that power Must read her poems to truly be a balanced poet and poem reader.


  7. says:

    I can always fall into the words of Rossetti s poetry quietly Her words are quick to catch the attention in any topic she chooses, whether she is writing about unrequited love, love lost, or a sister s love, and always leave a sweet aftertaste The tea I recommended for this book is Hard Candy by David s Tea With it s smoothness upon your lips to the sweet taste, it reminds me wholly of Rossetti s word, especially her Goblin Market poem.


  8. says:

    Christina Rossetti is a poet with many contradictions sometimes she s extremely ahead of her time, a feminist warrior yet at other times, especially in her religious verses, she is so quaint and old fashioned Sometimes she s fierce, sometimes preachy, often sad and melancholic However, she is constantly great, at least in this excellent selection of her poems A master wordsmith, and at times your heart breaks a little.


  9. says:

    What are frail spring blossoms and youth The simplicity of her words and the rhythmic artfulness of her short lines makes her work very haunting and intimate, but nonetheless beautiful How one can write of pain in such a beautiful manner really does strike me, her words really do express her melancholic nature with wonderful poignancy There were moments were I felt as though I had to put the book down because of how vivid the feelings became


  10. says:

    A remarkable collection of artistic poetry in a Victorian worldview filled with wistful hopes, evocative imageries, and deep emotions Rossetti, a talented poetess, tackled recurring themes such as piety, love, sentimentalism, feminism, and somehow, like Emily Dickinson, had a penchant for death My only gripe here is that I was not a fan of her religious poems, but it s still worth reading I ve only selected the poems that I found lovely and soul stirring Excerpts and commentaries follow thereafter The Goblin MarketAn allegorical poem about temptation and redemption with sheer focus on sisterly love, sexual pleasures, or perhaps homosexuality in another interpretation as well as Victorian feminism A cautionary poem laden with heavy themes The Royal PrincessAn in depth examination of privilege and entitlement from the perspective of a secluded and lonely yet kind hearted princess Heart s Chill Between and Death s Chill Between are early, twin love poems which Rossetti had written when she was 16 years old prior to being a known poet Heart s Chill Between Death s Chill Between A BirthdayA lovely, birthday dedication for one s own lover SpringCelebrating life anew with the beauty of springtime Life and DeathA lugubrious look at both life and death Somewhere or OtherOne of my favourite poems of Rossetti Vivid, lush, and hopeful poem referring to one s soulmate RestDeath bestows its blessing to end the unendurable agony Another one of my favourites RememberOne of the greatest, heart rending, gut wrenching poems I ve ever read An unforgettable masterpiece L.E.L.A mesmerizing, accessible poem No Thank You, JohnThis was a fascinating poem Think of being friend zoned during the Victorian era.


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