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Love Poems and Others

D. H. Lawrence

Book Overview: 

This is a collection of poems by DH Lawrence. Most of the poems concern love and neighboring emotions, but some poems also concern other themes.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Lifted, grasping the golden light Which weaves its way through the creeper leaves           To my heart’s delight?
Ah, only the leaves! But in the west, In the west I see a redness come Over the evening’s burning breast—           —’Tis the wound of love goes home!
  The woodbine creeps abroad   Calling low to her lover:     The sun-lit flirt who all the day     Has poised above her lips in play     And stolen kisses, shallow and gay     Of pollen, now has gone away     —She woos the moth with her sweet, low word,   And when above her his broad wings hover   Then her bright breast she will uncover   And yield her honey-drop to her lover.
  Into the yellow. . . Read More

Community Reviews

At the end of Love Poems and Others a transcriber’s note says “The author’s representation of dialect exhibits some inconsistencies, which have been retained as printed”. David Herbert Lawrence was born into a working-class community in the English midlands. It is a feature of these communities, not

"The moon walks her lonely way without anguish, / because no-one grieves over her departure."

The book is about poem and collection of works by DH Lawrence from the 1913 and it is quite interesting to read how the world of poem evolved since then. To read some poem like Wedding Morn, the poem is very rhythm based and has a lot of melody to it. Definitely a good pastime read.

Some of the most passionate love poems I have ever read; the vein of desire pounds strong through this selection. The nature and effect of love (and loving) are examined - the intensity and longing to desire and be desired is explored from many different perspectives. Kisses that 'taste' the pulse o

I don't think I've ever read work by DH Lawrence before. It was lovely.

Early XX century poetry still looks at the long XIX century.

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