Your Love

Your Love,
is the most love I have known,
you are my best friend,
you're the only one.

Your Love,
is in my always,
keeping it safe and light,
it reminds me of all the days.

Your Love,
gives me the courage,
to do the things I couldn't,
to remember my age.

Your Love,
wraps me in it's warm arms,
to keep me from freezing in the cold world,
protects me from all the world's harms.

Your Love,
is all I need,
to runaway from the chaos,
you're my only need.

by Carmilla Dillow

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I have stood at Wordsworth grave in Grassmere. There is a sign pointing to it. But no sign can bring us that way better than this poem. And one should read this poem while standing there, knowing the power of words.
A beautifully written and philosopical memorial highlighting the strengths and flaws of these three great poets and their differing effects on society. Perhaps Arnold is suggesting and moaning the death of the Age of Romantic Poetry with the loss of these poets each of which had a powerful effect on his writings.
Tribute to Poets like Byron, Goethe and Wordsworth in his own critical style, Matthew Arnold stands unique among modern poets of the world!
A poem about someone's grave can be interestingly flowery and rich to the point of influential praise.
It is not only a tribute to the three great poets, but also a real-time adoration of the truth and love for creativity.
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