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Ella Wheeler Wilcox - The Poetry Of (Audiobook)

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Read by Ghizela Rowe (Unabridged: 32mins)

American poet Ella Wheeler Wilcox was born on 5th November, 1850 in Wisconsin. She started writing poetry at the age of 7 and derived an income from her poems as a teenager. She married Robert Wilcox and together they shared a deep interest in mysticism, spiritualism and theosophy, travelling the world to learn more and socialising and spreading their ideas back in their home in Connecticut which was named Bungalow Court. Popularly known as the poetess of passion her work is often quoted by a wide variety of public figures from Diana, the Princess of Wales and Margaret Thatcher to F Scott Fitzgerald and Jack London.

The universal themes and simple expression often convey fundamental truths.  Laugh and the world laughs with you, Weep, and you weep alone; and  "Love lights more fires than hate extinguishes" are just a couple of her insightful lines that live on for every new generation. 

Ella Wheeler Wilcox Biography

 

In this compilation - 

01 - Ella Wheeler Wilcox - An Introduction
02 - Solitude
03 - A World Worth Living In
04 - The World's Need
05 - As You Go Through Life
06 - Be Not Weary
07 - Will
08 - Courage
09 - Worth While
10 - You Never Can Tell
11 - Here And Now
12 - The Winds Of Fate
13 - Optimism
14 - Ambition's Trail
15 - Fame
16 - Dream Town
17 - A March Snow 
18 - Over The May Hill
19 - Summer Song
20 - Christmas Fancies
21 - I Love You
22 - Attraction
23 - A Picture
24 - Good By To The Cradle
25 - Growing Old
26 - Ascension
27 - Voice Of the Voiceless

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