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In the bland mists of time begotten,
T’was once thine fair lady forgotten,
Lost in the realms of dreams so deep,
Dreams of happiness she couldn’t keep,
When tied in thoughts so hardly retained,
She would lose her mind and be so pained,
Therefore she’d undertaken watchful thinking to pertain,
The knowledge that she sought to try and maintain!

Hither came the tides of charm so sweet,
To mould your mind so perfect a treat,
A Bain be you of the thoughts mislaid,
Like mislaid hundreds of a debt unpaid,
Yet still your thoughts can try and still deny,
A perfect moment on which stability does rely,
Stability of a staple mind so innocent with its charm,
The charm of a thousand good deeds of patient calm!

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(Original post by bazippit)
In the bland mists of time begotten,
T’was once thine fair lady forgotten,
Lost in the realms of dreams so deep,
Dreams of happiness she couldn’t keep,
When tied in thoughts so hardly retained,
She would lose her mind and be so pained,
Therefore she’d undertaken watchful thinking to pertain,
The knowledge that she sought to try and maintain!

Hither came the tides of charm so sweet,
To mould your mind so perfect a treat,
A Bain be you of the thoughts mislaid,
Like mislaid hundreds of a debt unpaid,
Yet still your thoughts can try and still deny,
A perfect moment on which stability does rely,
Stability of a staple mind so innocent with its charm,
The charm of a thousand good deeds of patient calm!

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Is is about making Love for the first time?
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Is is about making Love for the first time?
I have no idea, supposed to be about the realms of memory
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even as an english student i can't figure it out... :confused:
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even as an english student i can't figure it out... :confused:
Hence why I never took up poetry for a career
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I have no idea, supposed to be about the realms of memory
Well writing about memory is not really a poetic subject i dont think... that kind of thing should be painted not written.
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Well writing about memory is not really a poetic subject i dont think... that kind of thing should be painted not written.
Tried art at A-Level, fell on my arse
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Hence why I never took up poetry for a career
my parents believe that after uni i may lead a life very simmilar to Jean Rhys...quite worrying...
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my parents believe that after uni i may lead a life very simmilar to Jean Rhys...quite worrying...
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she was a brilliant writer, who struggled a lot, and was an alchoholic in summary...if anyone has read 'wide sargasso sea' the prequel to Jane Eyre they'll know what i'm talking about.
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she was a brilliant writer, who struggled a lot, and was an alchoholic in summary...if anyone has read 'wide sargasso sea' the prequel to Jane Eyre they'll know what i'm talking about.
Sorry for my stupidity! Sounds interesting though
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Sorry for my stupidity! Sounds interesting though
No it's okay. I don't think that many people will have heard of her. The recognition of her work came far too late - she was old and dying. She was a literary success around the 60s/70s i think, but her work is still pretty much embraced now.
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Well writing about memory is not really a poetic subject i dont think... that kind of thing should be painted not written.
Anything is a poetic subject. Open your mind.
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Anything is a poetic subject. Open your mind.
i wouldn't say anything...maybe most things...
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