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Analysis and comments on The Goblet of Life by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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Comment 50 of 78, added on September 21st, 2013 at 9:18 PM.
Wendy, Thanks. Acc

Wendy, Thanks. Acceptance is greater than stgnreth; life is
unpredictable; to be able to keep in balance is the hallmark of
self-reliance and courage; pain is intensely personal but only in the
crucible of suffering are we purified and reborn; we are all capable of
renaissance; the past is dead; dim may the present be but good things come
with patience and in the fulness of time; we should never despair;we are
all born into some form of suffering and fortunate are the few who do not
have to walk the lonely path of Via Dolorosa; many find comfort and
enlightenment in the darkest moments of their life they were lost and found
themselves when the calm returns after the storm; we cannot reject life
despite having fallen on its thorns and bled (please excuse me Shelley for
borrowing these word from your ODE TO THE WEST WIND); only one life and how
brief it is; regret is weakness,blame serves no real purpose, anger
destroys part of us and hate makes us inhuman. Lastly, life is a gift and
we can turn it into a field of sweet flowers and an Eden of our own as long
as we have faith, patience and an indomitable will.Thanks Koraly for your
poem for making this dialogue possible and Wendy please excuse this rather
lengthy conversation.Best wishesPeter, Melbourne

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Poet: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Poem: 10. The Goblet of Life
Volume: Ballads and Other Poems
Added: Feb 1 2004
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Poem of the Day: Jul 28 2014

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