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RiviasHunter: A Daughter of Eve By Christina Rossetti A fool I was to sleep at noon, And wake when night is chilly Beneath the comfortless cold moon; A fool to pluck my rose too soon, A fool to snap my lily. My garden-plot I have not kept; Faded and all-forsaken, >

wdclibraries: Poem of the Day - Goblin Market by Christina Rossetti

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AuthorSwick: Writing the Dream Poem Free Webinar June 16th. Noon EDT: This month's Women's Sacred Poetry meeting will be about writing poetry from dreams. We will discuss the dream poetry of Christina Rossetti and discuss techniques for writing our own dream poems.

FindYourSilence: Silence is more musical than any song. — Christina Rossetti ^

MelanieJaxn: I cannot tell you how it was, But this I know: it came to pass Upon a bright&sunny day When May was young; ah, pleasant May! As yet the poppies were not born Between the blades of tender corn; The last egg had not hatched as yet Nor any bird foregone its mate. -Christina Rossetti

welfordwrites: Promises Like Pie-Crust, a poem by Christina Rossetti

Apollo_magazine: Christina Rossetti – a poet among painters

MelanieJaxn: It's surely summer, for there's a swallow: Come one swallow, his mate will follow, The bird race quicken and wheel and thicken. -Christina Rossetti

krisnnabayu: "Better by far you should forget and smile Than that you should remember and be sad." - Christina Rossetti

ChristaKinde: "Can anything be sadder than work left unfinished? Yes, work never begun." —Christina Rossetti amwriting

scollishaw: Whitsun Eve by Christina Rossetti. For tomorrow.

AlemanLamothe: What are heavy? sea-sand and sorrow. What are brief? today and tomorrow. What are frail? spring blossoms and youth. What are deep? the ocean and truth. —Christina Rossetti

fxmimxhxr707: She gave up beauty in her tender youth, gave all her hope and joy and pleasant ways she covered up her eyes lest they should gaze on vanity, and chose the bitter truth.-Christina Rossetti SinigangRamen NiFUMIYA

shemaiahng: I wrote on Virginia Woolf's use of the royal "we" in her essay "I am Christina Rossetti"

ForgottenBeauty: 1/7 This curse on those who have eaten food from the fairy realm is written about in Christina Rossetti's poem "The Goblin Market". The Goblin Market - Hilda Koe Art

MuseumOfJewelry: Christina Rossetti Earrings, part of our updated spring collection.

suama_w: Cannot Sweeten Christina Georgina Rossetti

ggcimages: What is red? a poppy's red. In its barley bed -Christina Rossetti-

NuriaRIL: My heart is like a singing bird Whose nest is in a watered shoot; My heart is like an apple-tree Whose boughs are bent with thickset fruit. Christina Georgina Rossetti

TheOrganicView: Hurt no living thing: Ladybird, nor butterfly, Nor moth with dusty wing. -Christina Georgina Rossetti

TheBlackLayers: Christina Yang is one the most well written tv characters of all time for me. So uncompromising, so focused on her growth, but still loyal and compassionate. She wasn’t who people thought she should be. And she always found the courage to tell men no. She wasn’t “cold” either.

TheMusketeer9: Young Love lies dreaming Till summer days are gone, — Dreaming and drowsing Away to perfect sleep: He sees the beauty Sun hath not looked upon, And tastes the fountain Unutterably deep. —Christina Rossetti

thejollybard: practicing my english diction with a Christina Rossetti poem

warpanda2290: Were there no God we would be in this glorious world with grateful hearts and no one to thank.| Christina Rossetti

LunarLast: One of the last secondhand books I bought before lockdown. An 1896 edition of Christina Rossetti's poems...

Posh_Baahar: "For there is no friend like a sister In calm or stormy weather; To cheer one on the tedious way, To fetch one if one goes astray, To lift one if one totters down, To strengthen whilst one stands. " ~Christina Rossetti

oso_icy: My heart is like a singing bird. Christina Rossetti 1830-1894

keatsfanclub: have got so much work to do today why am I >30mins into a deep dive on christina rossetti

alirosen2009: A Birthday by Christina Rossetti

maricarjagger: Remember by Christina Rossetti

TATFS: Hullo, fronds. It's poem of the week time. This week, Christina Rossetti muses on muses, and the problem with painters.

Zakinus: Poem of the week: In an Artist's Studio by Christina Rossetti

purserhallard: Somehow I'd entirely failed to realise before that John Polidori was Dante and Christina Rossetti's uncle.

HowardFricker: Check out this tweet from Poetry Daily: Today's Featured Poet: Christina Rossetti was one of the greatest female writers of the 19th century. She was born…

HowardFricker: Check out this tweet from Poetry Daily: Today's Featured Poet: Christina Rossetti was one of the greatest female writers of the 19th century. She was born…

sweetarts127: the longest poem i've actually read like in full and enjoyed 100% is goblin market by Christina rossetti and it is so good idk if its bcs of the discussion we had in class but i genuinely think of this poem A Lot

carolannbagan: quote: tread softly! all the earth is holy ground - Christina rossetti

matthewjdowd: “What are heavy? sea-sand and sorrow. What are brief? today and tomorrow. What are frail? spring blossoms and youth. What are deep? the ocean and truth.” ― Christina Rossetti

canoeistpastor: Hurt no living thing... Christina Rossetti

AngelusBell3: Here's what's good right now: St Augustine's Prayer Book's Litany on the Incarnate Life, based on Christina Rossetti's "Face of the Deep".

uhume: Lie still, lie still, my breaking heart; My silent heart, lie still and break: Life, and the world, and mine own self, are changed For a dream's sake. ~Christina Rossetti [Last Roses by Josef Sudek]

nclliblaw: A poem today by Christina Rossetti

CCFWgr: (1/2) More May favorites continue! Co-director Jennifer L. Holberg has been enjoying Christina Rossetti: Poetry In Art, edited by Susan Owens and Nicholas Tromans.

Soumyajit89: "My heart is like a singing bird Whose nest is in a water'd shoot; My heart is like an apple-tree Whose boughs are bent with thick-set fruit." -Christina Rossetti.. Enjoying nature at 4:40am with singing birds,…

UnderAntares: Remember -Christina Rossetti

RSLiterature: 5. "Another Spring" - Christina Rossetti

shemaiahng: In case you missed it, I wrote about Virginia Woolf's voice in "I am Christina Rossetti"

dorajleborgne: Am i the only person who studied English that thinks Harrry styles new music video is so similar to Goblin market by Christina Rossetti ...

buxton_ebooks: Workshop leaders and teachers: what are some good prose passages you use Kelly Clarkson into a workshop about Christina Rossetti.

Poetry_Daily: Today's Featured Poet: Christina Rossetti was one of the greatest female writers of the 19th century. She was born in London into a remarkably creative family; her father was an exiled Italian revolutionary and her brothers were founding members of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood

roserndh: why did I think of christina rossetti’s poems

sdmoore: We get it, you’ve read Christina Rossetti.

SalfordMH: And afterwards remember, do not grieve: For if the darkness and corruption leave A vestige of the tweets that once I had, Better by far you should forget and smile Than that you should remember and be sad. Christina Rossetti

paprika_elf: CHRISTINA ROSSETTI (1/3) I never said I loved you, John: Why do you text me every day? I never said I'd think upon Us hooking up some future day. You know I never loved you, John; That I can plainly boast. My love for you has never lived You seek only a ghost.

paprika_elf: CHRISTINA ROSSETTI (2/3) I dare say Kate or Meg would let You slide in their DMs Don't think I'm playing hard to get- I'd not keep you from them Don't claim I ever gave you hope To random folks on reddit Some 50 times I've answered "Nope" Would clue you if you'd let it

paprika_elf: CHRISTINA ROSSETTI (3/3) Stay within the friend zone: Do not seek this anymore. I'll leave your contact in my phone Only labelled as "A Bore". But if you should ever return To pestering round the clock I shall not respond as you yearn: Message from John? Block.

shemaiahng: It is not only royalty who are allowed to use the royal “we” when addressing the masses, commoners are allowed too, especially if you are literary royalty such as Virginia Woolf.

RichardJFrith: I’ve written two undergraduate dissertations, 12 years apart, both on Christina Rossetti. One for a literature degree, the other in theology. I do sometimes wonder how much progress I made in those 12 years - or in the 10 years since the last one.

carriebart1: And why not? One of my many favourite poems - Remember by Christina Rossetti 'Solace and healing': Ireland turns to poetry to ease lockdown strain

DanielJClemens: Lord, Thou art Life, though I be dead; Love’s fire Thou art, however cold I be: Nor Heav’n have I, nor place to lay my head, Nor home, but Thee. -Christina Rossetti

winningwriters: Our May newsletter features "Somewhere or Other" by Christina Rossetti, illustrated by Julian Peters. It is reprinted from Mr. Peters' new book, POEMS TO SEE BY |

ClareJSweeney: “Spring is when life’s alive in everything.” – Christina Rossetti Almond Blossom, 1890 (oil on canvas) by Gogh, Vincent van (1853-90)

sboke: “There is no time like Spring, Like Spring that passes by: There is no life like Spring-life born to die,—” -Christina Rossetti

MickieAutumn: Goblin Market - Christina Rossetti... Morning an evening Maids heard the goblins cry 'Come buy our orchard fruits, Come buy Come buy Apples & quince Lemons & oranges, Plump unpecked cherries.

FindYourSilence: Silence is more musical than any song. — Christina Rossetti ^

fatimaronquillo: Remember: Hand with Christina Rossetti

ArthurLWood: An original poem. Written after reading Christina Rossetti's poem 'Cousin Kate'. This is sombre poem, from the perspective of a heartbroken and betrayed grieving mother-to-be.

DramaMama87: Christina Rossetti, ‘Spring‘. “There is no time like Spring, When life’s alive in everything, Before new nestlings sing, Before cleft swallows speed their journey back Along the trackless track – God guides their…

lisabaskin: Rossetti, Christina Georgina Goblin Market. London: Macmillan & Co., 1893. Laurence Housman’s illustrations of Christina Rossetti’s poem were engraved by his sister Clemence Housman. Both Housmans were socialists,…

PoetrySociety: Better by far you should forget and smile Than that you should remember and be sad. From Remember by Christina Rossetti

PeggySemingson: Poetry through the Pandemic: Reading "Uphill" by Christina Rossetti (1861)

ajaidoo: Obedience is the fruit of faith; patience, the bloom on the fruit. ~ Christina Rossetti

Szasza_K: Obedience is the fruit of faith; patience, the bloom on the fruit. —Christina Rossetti Instant obedience is the only kind of obedience there is; delayed obedience is disobedience. Every time God calls us to any…

angelezracruz: "better by far you should forget and smile. than that you should remember and be sad." - christina rossetti

Portway_infants: Poetry with Flo - What is Pink? by Christina Rossetti:

GreggRandall: Obedience is the fruit of faith; patience is the early blossom on the tree of faith. Christina Rossetti

stephaniepace: “Obedience is the fruit of faith; patience, the bloom on the fruit.” - Christina Rossetti from “Streams in the Desert”

jumeira__h: Why does the sea moan evermore? Shut out from heaven it makes its moan. It frets against the boundary shore; All earth's full rivers cannot fill The sea, that drinking thirsteth still. (By The Sea.Christina Rossetti.)

aquotebot: “Kneel, wrestle, knock, do violence, pray; Today is short, tomorrow nigh: Why will you die? why will you die?” –Christina Rossetti

howwkeii: When Christina Rossetti said “eat me, drink me, love me” I felt that

aquotebot: “I loved and guessed at you, you construed me And loved me for what might or might not be—” –Christina Rossetti

josuedavidpr: Who Has Seen the Wind? BY CHRISTINA ROSSETTI Who has seen the wind? Neither I nor you: But when the leaves hang trembling, The wind is passing through. Who has seen the wind? Neither…

TheHopkinsQ: Our latest issue features articles on “The Wreck of the Deutschland” and Hopkins’ and Christina Rossetti’s poetic depictions of flux, in addition to a number of book reviews.

sarahguestperry: Christina Rossetti among the Pre-Raphaelites

Nickfromupnorth: From the archives. Tom Fleming on Christina Rossetti’s place at the heart of the Victorian avant-garde.

alorajade: Bonus: I got to re-read my favourite poem today by Christina Rossetti and it too brightened my day ☺️

mathewablock: "Tune me, O Lord, into one harmony With Thee, one full-responsive vibrant chord..." - Christina Rossetti

elizabethlasche: Who Has Seen the Wind? BY CHRISTINA ROSSETTI Who has seen the wind? Neither I nor you: But when the leaves hang trembling, The wind is passing through. Who has seen the wind? Neither you nor I: But when the trees bow down their heads, The wind is passing by.

BrendaStarrAZ: Seriously - this Elizabeth Sem can't even get the author right. Author: Christina Rossetti - 1830-1894. Internet - source of misinformation in the hands of the stupid.

nhaugaard50: Christina Rossetti wrote this poem.

simkinsjourno: Odd credit attribution. Who knew that Yoko Ono wrote poetry in the 1800s under the pseudonym Christina Rossetti?

sapphosfragmnt: last night i read (before i randomly fell asleep) "the goblin market" by christina rossetti...weird dreams

momwhopray: Were there no God, we would be in this glorious world with grateful hearts & no one to thank. -Christina Rossetti

thestorybeast: 9pm this Monday, lie back, relax and don’t think about the things under the bed as Spooky Old Ghost Stories returns to Twitch. Tonight’s tales are ‘The Goblin Market’ by Christina Rossetti and ‘The Black Cat’ by Edgar Allen Poe.

OWC_Oxford: Which do you prefer, POEMS AND PROSE by Christina Rossetti, or THE DIVINE COMEDY by Dante Aligheri?

almanacpodcast: We remember the year 1825 and the founding of the American Tract Society. The reading is from Christina Rossetti, "Good Friday."

MelanieJaxn: For there is no friend like a sister, in calm or stormy weather, to cheer one on the tedious way, to fetch one if one goes astray, to lift one if one totters down, to strengthen whilst one stands. -Christina G. Rossetti

PrincetonRBSC: Christina Rossetti’s “Nursery Rhymes”

Thouotes: "Better By Far You Should Forget And Smile Than You Should Remember And Be Sad." - Christina Rossetti



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