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Author: poem of Robert Frost Type: poem Views: 41

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The witch that came (the withered hag)

To wash the steps with pail and rag,

Was once the beauty Abishag,



The picture pride of Hollywood.

Too many fall from great and good

For you to doubt the likelihood.



Die early and avoid the fate.

Or if predestined to die late,

Make up your mind to die in state.



Make the whole stock exchange your own!

If need be occupy a throne,

Where nobody can call you crone.



Some have relied on what they knew;

Others on simply being true.

What worked for them might work for you.



No memory of having starred

Atones for later disregard,

Or keeps the end from being hard.



Better to go down dignified

With boughten friendship at your side

Than none at all. Provide, provide!






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There are ups and downs in life. One day you might walk the red carpet, and the next day you're in your death bed. And the people that you meet as you go through life might not be there at the end.

| Posted on 2015-05-05 | by a guest


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No Word GivenWith no word givenmy love moved out of town,but I’d alawys knownsomething in her life was missing.Someone else told meshe answered another callingand went to nursing school.For the past yearsomehow I knew she was unhappyfrom the times we metand I listened to the connotationsof what she didn’t say.But her leaving left me proudof her efforts to becomewhat she was meant to be,a truth bittersweet.

| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest


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Lovely poem. I went to a sort of psychic msasage healer person about 8 months ago at a troubled time in my life. She did a meditation with me, saying to imagine myself as a river. Imagine all the things with me there in the river etc. This image has been so helpful to me, the sense of flow. At this time in my life I have no roots. So I think of me flowing and gathering leaves and twigs, fish and feet, rocks and dissolving snow. Flowing onward to the sea. It is a great image. Healing. Thanks for yr poem. x x

| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest


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The Worst is Yet to ComeEnough of life has passed for me to thinkOf the worst days as those that hpneepadTo someone else, some me I have not beenSince then, when that day changed me.And now, so many worst days have comeAnd gone, that I no longer think of them as pivotal,Choosing to assign them to a mental closet,Boxed tight, shelved, door closed forever,And yet, still stored there, unpurged, unpurgeable.So, yes, I remember when I knew for sureThat my husband would never be true,The sting of betrayal fresh with his every word,When divorce redefined me. I remember miscarriages,cancer, long falls, pain that made death look kind,And watching loved ones languish and die,And losses, so many losses, and fearsMeasured against hopes, when my life was cheapTo me and I had a ready argument for ending it.But I will not live there anymore, and livingInvolves surviving the many deaths before my own.I fancy that I have not seen the worst day I will seeYet, that fate has more in store for you and me.Oh, my heart, beat on for a while longer,And I will trade these bad days for a single smile.

| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest


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and, Caroline, i would urge you to pursue this peorjct. for while you may think others have done it, or that it would seem strange you are telling a story -and your creativity is how you communicate. making yourself the subject means you will strive harder to tell your message so that others get what you are saying. i could really envision your story.

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest


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The poem is about the importance of being happy with one\'s own life when one dies. The choices you make during your life define your final moments, Frost wanted to tell people to realise this as they lived, and be happy with their eventual death.

| Posted on 2012-09-01 | by a guest


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internal struggle of a woman and her feelings for
an ex-lover.

| Posted on 2012-06-16 | by a guest


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This poem should be about superficiality and Hollywood.

| Posted on 2011-08-04 | by a guest




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