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10 thoughts on “Poems of the Past and the Present

  1. Hope Hope says:

    There is no doubt that Hardy is a brilliant writer but the uality of this poetry was rather spotty Sometimes it flows with ease and beauty but often it is a difficult slog The initial poems refer to war I'm assuming the Boer War since they were written in 1899 and are rightfully gloomy I loved the cadence of The Going of the Battery Wives' Lament and the humor in The Levelled Churchyard But the themes of most of the poetry are depressing unfaithful spouses and lovers unreuited love ruined women a man who hangs himself in a church etc The Sick God describes God as a bloodthirsty warmonger and champions modern man for being wiser than He for wanting peaceI am NOT a fan of fluffy sickeningly sweet poetry but Hardy goes to the other extreme It was a relief to finally finish this book of poems


  2. Matthew Metzdorf Matthew Metzdorf says:

    I really do like Thomas Hardy and there is the occasional good poem in here but this book is just too antiuated and it references too much the classical tradition Roman Mythology ancient poetry crap like that which is mostly just boring to me Skip that mess


  3. Kevin Kevin says:

    There are 98 poems in this collection Compare that with the slim volumes published nowadays; Larkin's 'High Windows' for example has 24 poems Whereas Larkin is incapable of publishing a bad poem Hardy's prodigious output is variable ranging from the superb 'The Darkling Thrush' to the mediocre 'The Bullfinches' There are many treasures in this volume so it is well worth combing through the dross for nuggets of gold A writer should be judged by his best work and out of the 98 poems here there are than 20 which I consider excellent


  4. Dianne Dianne says:

    I've enjoyed reading Hardy's novels since I was first introduced to them in high school but this is my first look at his poetry I confess I have no idea how to review a book of poetry so I guess I'll just write what I was thinking as I readThe overall mood of the book is sad disillusionment the same feeling that comes through his novels only focused because in poetry so much is said in so few words I expected his poems to be melancholy but this is than that I think This is despair and it never ends It seeps into every verse every line In I Said To Love he says We now know of thee than then; We were but weak in judgement when With hearts abrim We clad thee that thou woulds't please Inflict on us thine agoniesIt's clear that he has been hurt You can't read his novels without seeing how disillusioned he is about love but this verse sounds almost bitter When I was younger I used to think that life must have treated him very harshly but now I don't expect his life was harder than other people's I just think that as a poet he is free and better able to express his emotionsThere's a poem in this collection called A Commonplace Day that I like a lot He writes about the day passing without having accomplished anything an experience common to us all but most of us could never put it into words with so much feeling I find myself drawn into his disappointment when he says Nothing of tiniest worth Have I wrought pondered plannedIn another poem titled simply To Life Hardy sounds so tired of the suffering and darkness of life that he asks why life can't just for one day pretend that it's good and happy Where most of us might sigh with a moment's passing regret he picks up a pen and turns his regret into art But cans't thou not array Thyself in rare disguise And feign like truth for one mad day That Earth is paradise?Some most of these poems are heart wrenching to read full of pain but honest his heart laid open for all the world to see There's one called God Forgotten and another The Bedridden Peasant to An Unknowing God in which he uestions if God ever hears him or if He's forgotten about Thomas Hardy and indeed the whole human race He believes in God's existence and that He is good but he feels abandoned Who can't relate to that from time to time?There is also though a certain amount of cautious hope in what he writes In To An Unknown Pauper Child he advises the baby to stop breathing and not be born into such a mournful life but at the end he faces the fact that neither he nor the child can do anything to change what will be and he says; I can hope Health love friends scope In full for thee; dream thou'll find Joys seldom yet attained by humankindThe last one I'll mention is called The Superseded I love this one because it touches a sore spot in all of us He writes about how people drop into the background of life as they age making room for younger fresher lives in the forefront We all understand this process is a normal healthy part of aging and we have no trouble accepting it for others but each one of us is a little hurt and surprised when it actually happens to me Tis not that we have unforetold The drop behind; We feel the new must Oust the old In every kind; But yet we think Must we must we Too drop behind? This collection might be a bit too melancholy for some but I enjoyed most of it I don't mind the sadness because it speaks of real life and real life is sad I love the simplicity the honesty the beauty of his words and after my first attempt at reading his poetry I remain a staunch Hardy fan


  5. Bee Halton Bee Halton says:

    Thomas Hardy is an English classic in poetry and surely there were some lovely poems in this book but I had real trouble to get to grips with the old fashioned EnglishHis themes of love death war and spirituality are and will always be up to date His use of imagery and rhythm is beautiful but the old fashioned language did not really speak to me Still I am glad to have read itThomas Hardy ist ein englischer Klassiker in Lyrik und in diesem Buch gab es sicherlich einige schoene Gedichte aber ich hatte grosse Schwierigkeiten mit der altmodischen englischen SpracheSeine Themen Liebe Tod Krieg und Spiritualitaet sind und werden immer aktuell sein So wie er Bilder und Rhytmus nutzt ist wunderschoen aber die altmodische Sprache hat nicht wirklich zu mir gesprochen Ich bin trotzdem froh es gelesen zu haben


  6. Moira McPartlin Moira McPartlin says:

    I took me over six months to finish this collection mostly due to my slow book reader but it was well worth the epic journey I loved the classic form the rhymes and the language The whole collection has a melancholy feel and some of the poems are depressing but they still work I will buy a hardcopy of the collection so that I can reread some of my favorites I will try out his prose now


  7. Leonardo Papale Leonardo Papale says:

    Honestly is too hard to rate on a five stars scale Wessex Poems should be 35 and Poems of the Past and the Present 3 but i can't so i rate 3 the first and 2 this Is still a great collection of poems and i loved it


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