Love and Friendship

Hold on, this article is not really about my opinions on this oft-discussed topic. It is about the renowned author Emily Bronte’s poem on it which I recently read and converted into a video with shots created by me. She compares love to rose and friendship to holly, but why? What could be her take on it? Watch this barely 1 minute video to know.

You can check out more such beautiful poems on my youtube channel.

In case you want to read more of her poems, here’s a link to her anthology.

18 Comments Add yours

  1. Earthwatcher says:

    Very nice. Thanks for sharing


  2. says:

    What a pretty way to present a poem! Love it!

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  3. Kwalilian says:

    In love with your writing 😁

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    1. Thank you for going through!

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  4. hgamma says:

    It has lies
    many in mine
    Given awareness

    their thorns
    pave my way

    the tears of repentance
    make the lake
    in my
    full to the shore

    She has
    without saying goodbye
    without a word
    since then it has appeared
    in a dream me
    living figure
    and does not go away anymore

    As a result of the seasons
    freezes in winter
    her skin in me
    the scent of her hair
    strokes my chest

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  5. Lahoucine Elassry says:

    Beautiful poeme and video

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    1. Thank you…do subscribe


  6. haoyando says:

    Love the poem and your videos.

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    1. Thank you so much

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