Arthur Bayldon

(20 March 1865 - 26 September 1958 / Leeds, England)

A Woman's Mood - Poem by Arthur Bayldon

I think to-night I could bear it all,
   Even the arrow that cleft the core, --
Could I wait again for your swift footfall,
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Comments about A Woman's Mood by Arthur Bayldon

  • Gold Star - 6,980 Points Savita Tyagi (5/17/2014 12:39:00 PM)

    Love the intensity of this poem. A heart longing for lost love trying to endure its absence.... Wrapped in aches and pains...... Beautiful write. (Report) Reply

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  • Rookie Deci Hernandez (5/17/2012 10:06:00 AM)

    i understand(?) how this poor man is just waiting at his fire for his loved one to enter the door again. what draws me to his story is that he seems very persevering in his patience. he' s loyal. and how often in life does loyal get paired with the unloyal? and for what reason? because lovers are so loving that nothing, even a polar shift in personalities can strip the love of remembering. and these will last forever and are worth all the patience in the world. (Report) Reply








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