In this fair stranger’s eyes of
Thine eyes, my love, I see.
I shudder: for the passing day
Had borne me far from thee.
This is the curse of life: that not
A nobler calmer train
Of wiser thoughts and feelings blot
Our passions from our brain;
But each day brings its petty dust
Our soon-chok’d souls to fill,
And we forget because we must,
And not because we will.
I struggle towards the light; and ye,
Once-long’d-for storms of love!
If with the light ye cannot be,
I bear that ye remove.
I struggle towards the light; but oh,
While yet the night is chill,
Upon Time’s barren, stormy flow,
Stay with me, Marguerite, still!
Read more about Matthew
Arnold at Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Did you just break-up with your boyfriend? You can get him back, if you understand how to make him fall madly in love with you again. Click here and this site can help you
Or did your girlfriend just dump you? There is a window of opportunity to win her back, but you need to act quickly and decisively.
Click here to make it happen
This book has a high success rate, and although not subtle, it just might be the magic you need to help you get your relationship back and enjoy happiness together.