Love in Verse: Classic Poems of the Heart

Love in Verse Classic Poems of the Heart The world for me and all the world can hold is circled by your arms James Weldon Johnson p True love is eternal and in poetry it speaks across the ages to both men and women reminding us of its

  • Title: Love in Verse: Classic Poems of the Heart
  • Author: Kathleen Blease
  • ISBN: 9780449001288
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback
  • The world for me, and all the world can hold, is circled by your arms James Weldon Johnson p 48 True love is eternal and in poetry, it speaks across the ages to both men and women, reminding us of its power, constancy, and depth In this lovely literary valentine, nearly a hundred evocative, tender poems from some of the most inspired poets of our time celebrateThe world for me, and all the world can hold, is circled by your arms James Weldon Johnson p 48 True love is eternal and in poetry, it speaks across the ages to both men and women, reminding us of its power, constancy, and depth In this lovely literary valentine, nearly a hundred evocative, tender poems from some of the most inspired poets of our time celebrate love longed for and finally found love requited and unrequited love secret and blazoned across the sky loves past, present, and yet to come.An incomparable collection of beauty and grace, Love in Verse pays fitting tribute to the world s most treasured emotion.

    One thought on “Love in Verse: Classic Poems of the Heart”

    1. As far as poetry collections go, 'Love in Verse' contains many of my favorite love poems in a single compact volume. Nearly pocket sized, this book is perfect for easy access to classic romantic verse; as all good romantic writings do, its a collection that serves well as inspiration for romance and love in your own life.

    2. I used it to express to my wife the love I feel for her some 1500 miles away. It was a very good book. Some well known poets appear withing the slim cover and few pages including Edgar Allen Poe, John Clare and others.

    3. I enjoyed reading this collection of poetry by various poets, however, there was only one I really loved, the rest were ok. The one I loved was called "The Open Window" by Edward Rowland Sill.

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