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Time and Death and Love

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"Time and Death and Love" by Madison Cawein is a poetic exploration of the inherent interconnectedness of these three fundamental aspects of human existence. Cawein delves deep into the complexities and nuances of time, death, and love, weaving together beautiful language and imagery to create a meditative and introspective collection of poems.

The author's exploration of time is particularly poignant, as she reflects on the fleeting nature of life and the inevitable passage of time. Through her verses, Cawein encourages readers to reflect on the impermanence of all things and the importance of cherishing every moment.

Death is a recurring theme throughout the book, with Cawein delving into the profound emotions and experiences that come with the loss of a loved one. Her elegiac poems are both heartbreaking and haunting, capturing the raw emotions that accompany the experience of grief and mourning.

Love, too, is a central theme in "Time and Death and Love," with Cawein's poems exploring the joy, pain, and complexities of human relationships. Her verses are deeply introspective, delving into the depths of the human heart and soul to uncover the true nature of love.

Overall, "Time and Death and Love" is a beautifully crafted collection of poems that will resonate with readers on a deep and emotional level. Cawein's lyrical language and evocative imagery make this book a must-read for anyone who appreciates poetry that delves into the profound mysteries of life and love.

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Madison Cawein was a poet from Louisville, Kentucky. His output was thirty-six books and 1,500 poems. His writing earned the nickname the "Keats of Kentucky". This Weekly poem was published in his book "Shapes and Shadows". (1898)

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