Robert Lowell

(1917 - 1977 / Boston / United States)

"To Speak Of Woe That Is In Marriage&Quot; - Poem by Robert Lowell

"The hot night makes us keep our bedroom windows open.
Our magnolia blossoms.Life begins to happen.
My hopped up husband drops his home disputes,
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Comments about "To Speak Of Woe That Is In Marriage&Quot; by Robert Lowell

  • Terry Craddock (12/21/2016 11:44:00 PM)


    'My hopped up husband drops his home disputes,
    and hits the streets to cruise for prostitutes, '

    Graphic lines, I applaud Robert Lowell for writing this, in a time when brutality and beating wives in the home was ignored by a moral majority? Sadly in some suburbs and many countries it still is, a pity people do not do unto others as they would have others do unto them. Sadly a few trolls, do not give the love and respect women deserve, the question is always why stay and put up with this disgusting behaviour?
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  • Bernard F. Asuncion (12/21/2016 6:45:00 PM)

    To Speak Of Woe
    Sad poem......++++++++++++++++ Thanks for sharing................... (Report) Reply

  • Electric Lady (12/21/2016 5:42:00 PM)


    Thank you Robert Lowell for making me see the true vision in this poem. Absolutely eccentric! (Report) Reply

  • Anil Kumar Panda (12/21/2016 9:43:00 AM)


    It is really sad. Hubby going away for pleasure to other women. Nicely done. (Report) Reply

  • Muzahidul Reza (12/21/2016 8:51:00 AM)


    Ecellent poem describing Woe (Report) Reply

  • Seamus O' Brian (12/21/2016 8:51:00 AM)


    Powerful and disturbingly authentic. Things we would rather not look upon, but often art provides the lens which focuses our attention on the unpleasantly necessary. (Report) Reply

  • Tom Allport (12/21/2016 5:27:00 AM)

    tom allport
    sorry state the way people live their lives to day. so sad (Report) Reply

  • Edward Kofi Louis (12/21/2016 12:26:00 AM)

    Bedroom Windows
    To keep alive! Thanks for sharing this poem with us. (Report) Reply

  • (4/21/2007 6:36:00 PM)


    The poems of Lowell that one sees in anthologies are all pretty tame beside this one, which probably embarrasses the editors of anthologies. (Report) Reply








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