Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, INVINCIBLE, by SAROJINI NAIDU



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First Line: O fate, betwixt the grinding-stones of pain
Last Line: Save bitter buds of doom.
Subject(s): Death; Grief; Love - Loss Of; Pain; Dead, The; Sorrow; Sadness; Suffering; Misery


O FATE, betwixt the grinding-stones of Pain,
Tho' you have crushed my life like broken grain,
Lo! I will leaven it with my tears and knead
The bread of Hope to comfort and to feed
The myriad hearts for whom no harvests blow
Save bitter herbs of woe.

Tho' in the flame of sorrow you have thrust
My flowering soul and trod it into dust,
Behold, it doth reblossom like a grove
To shelter under quickening boughs of Love
The myriad souls for whom no gardens bloom
Save bitter buds of doom.





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