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Three Women   By: (1850-1919)

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Three Women by Ella Wheeler Wilcox is an exceptionally powerful and thought-provoking piece of literature. This collection of poems dives deep into the complexities of womanhood, exploring themes of love, loss, heartbreak, and resilience.

Through her eloquent and evocative words, Wilcox takes readers on an emotional journey, capturing the essence of the female experience in various stages of life. Each poem tells a unique story, vividly portraying the different roles women play in society and the challenges they face along the way.

One of the most striking aspects of Three Women is the remarkable insight and empathy with which Wilcox writes about the female psyche. She delves into the inner thoughts and feelings of her female characters, offering a glimpse into the hopes, dreams, and insecurities they hold close to their hearts.

The poems in this collection possess a lyrical quality that makes them truly captivating. Wilcox's masterful use of language and imagery paints vivid pictures, invoking a wide range of emotions in the reader. Whether she is exploring the exhilaration of new love or the anguish of heartbreak, her words are both mesmerizing and relatable.

Moreover, Wilcox's exploration of themes surrounding love and relationships is deeply moving. She examines the complexities of passion and desire, while also delving into the pain and disappointment that can accompany it. This raw and honest portrayal of love, from its soaring heights to its devastating lows, makes Three Women an incredibly powerful and poignant read.

In addition to the emotional depth of her work, Wilcox's portrayal of resilience and empowerment in the face of adversity is inspiring. Through her female protagonists, she celebrates the strength and resilience of women, highlighting their ability to rise above challenges and embrace their own power.

Overall, Three Women is a remarkable collection of poetry that offers a keen and insightful exploration of womanhood. Ella Wheeler Wilcox's unforgettable words will resonate with readers long after they turn the last page. This book is a must-read for anyone who appreciates beautiful poetry that explores the vast complexities of human emotions and the strength of the human spirit.

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[Frontispiece: Ella Wheeler Wilcox]




Author of "Poems of Passion," "Maurine," "Poems of Pleasure," "How Salvator Won," "Custer and Other Poems," "Men, Women and Emotions," "The Beautiful Land of Nod," Etc.




Entered according to act of Congress, In the year 1897, by


In the office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.

Entered at Stationers' Hall, London.

All Rights Reserved.

Made in the United States.


My love is young, so young; Young is her cheek, and her throat, And life is a song to be sung With love the word for each note.

Young is her cheek and her throat; Her eyes have the smile o' May. And love is the word for each note In the song of my life to day.

Her eyes have the smile o' May; Her heart is the heart of a dove, And the song of my life to day Is love, beautiful love.

Her heart is the heart of a dove, Ah, would it but fly to my breast Where lone, beautiful love, Has made it a downy nest.

Ah, would she but fly to my breast, My love who is young, so young; I have made her a downy nest And life is a song to be sung... Continue reading book >>

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