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by Charlotte Brontë

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Aah Charlotte Bronte! Much is written on how she was a better novelist than a poet and that she abandoned poetry after the success of Jane Eyre... I have not read her novels though I have read, loved, quoted and memorized her poems! I am intrigued by her thoughts as she weaves her spell upon words that are as delightful as Victorian evenings! Oh Charlotte! She rings feelings and fantasies in a subtle thread of delicacy! I am enchanted each time I read or remember her 'Evening Solace'.

The human heart has hidden treasures,
In secret kept, in silence sealed;
The thoughts, the hopes, the dreams, the pleasures,
Whose charms were broken if revealed.

It dwells upon me that the heart bleeds but it produces such gems of loneliness. How I wish to go back in time, to be able to meet her and hold her hands and listen her sing! That would be life worth lived!
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