The Kingdom of Love and Other Poems

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Standard Publications, Incorporated, 2009 - Poetry - 108 pages
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Ella Wheeler Wilcox (1850 1919) was an American author and poet. She is known for writing Poems of Passion. Her most remembered poem was "Solitude", which contains the lines: "Laugh, and the world laughs with you; Weep, and you weep alone". The Kingdom of Love was published in 1909 and includes The Kingdom Of Love, Meg's Curse, Solitude, The Gossips, Platonic, Grandpa's Christmas, After The Engagement, A Holiday, False, Two Sinners, The Phantom Ball, Words And Thoughts, Wanted--A Little Girl, The Suicide, "Now I Lay Me", The Messenger, A Servian Legend, Peek-A-Boo, The Falling Of Thrones, Her Last Letter, The Princess's Finger-Nail, A Baby In The House, The Foolish Elm, Robin's Mistake, New Year Resolve, What We Want, Breaking The Day In Two, The Rape Of The Mist, The Two Glasses, The Maniac, What Is Flirtation?, Husband And Wife, How Does Love Speak?, Reincarnation, As You Go Through Life, How Salvator Won, The Watcher, How Will It Be?, Memory's River, Love's Way, A Man's Last Love, The Lady And The Dame, Confession, A Married Coquette, Forbidden Speech, The Summer Girl, The Ghost, The Signboard, A Man's Repentance, Aristarchus, Dell And I, About May, Vanity Fair, The Giddy Girl, A Girl's Autumn Reverie, His Youth, Under The Sheet, A Pin, and The Coming Man.

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