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My Own Heart Let Me Have More Have Pity On; Let Analysis

Author: poem of Gerard Manley Hopkins Type: poem Views: 9

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My own heart let me have more have pity on; let

Me live to my sad self hereafter kind,

Charitable; not live this tormented mind

With this tormented mind tormenting yet.

  I cast for comfort I can no more get

By groping round my comfortless, than blind

Eyes in their dark can day or thirst can find

Thirst 's all-in-all in all a world of wet.

Soul, self; come, poor Jackself, I do advise

You, jaded, let be; call off thoughts awhile

Elsewhere; leave comfort root-room; let joy size

At God knows when to God knows what; whose smile

's not wrung, see you; unforeseen times rather—as skies

Betweenpie mountains—lights a lovely mile.


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Michael, I'm so happy to hear that this gave you time to think back on your passions, and life's mneidareng road. And also about the lamb roast! A feast you must have all enjoyed immensely. Many thanks for your comment today.

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

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Ha I think we have some good coffee here, but yeah, there's bteter elsewhere!I can definitely understand your trepidation, as like you, I'm most often casting my writer's eye on a place that isn't home.I rarely write about New York, in fact, that piece on HuffPo was the first time that I'd ever really done it, and the reaction to it surprised me. I thought that I'd get a chorus of passionate NYC defenders. (My husband, also a native NYer, read it first and muttered about me getting us run out of town.) What I got, for the most part, was strong anti-NYC sentiment, and anti NYer sentiment. And although I can analytically see the problems and the drawbacks here, the strong negative feelings that the city provokes does grieve me.And it intrigues me! So I'll probably write more about it.And I am looking forward to seeing more what you think, and certainly feel free to drop a line if you'd like to chat. x x

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

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My dad had Alzheimer's. Otherwise healthy, I got to watch him go away solwly. It is not fun at all.I am sorry for Mr. Reid if this is accurate, and may God bless him in his journey away from those who love him. My policy disagreements with him remain.

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

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A dear old favourite, lovley to see it here. Though worlds of wanwood leafmeal lie'what a line!All the poems you post here are terrific, old friends and new finds alike, I'd love to see them together as an anthology.

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

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