Archived Love Poems

 

Felix Holt the Radical
by George Eliot

Why, there are maidens of heroic touch
And yet they seem like things of gossamer
You'd pinch the life out of, as out of moths.
O, it is not fond tones and mouthingness,
'Tis not the arms akimbo and large strides,
That makes a woman's force. The tiniest birds,
With softest downy breasts, have passion in them,
And are brave with love.

.....from Felix Holt, the Radical by George Eliot (1819-80)

 

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