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Wuthering Heights

Out on the wiley, windy moors
Wed roll and fall in green.
You had a temper like my jealousy:
Too hot, too greedy.
How could you leave me,
When I needed to possess you?
I hated you. I loved you, too.
Bad dreams in the night.
They told me I was going to lose the fight,
Leave behind my wuthering, wuthering
Wuthering heights.
Heathcliff, its me--cathy.
Come home. Im so cold!
Let me in-a-your window.
Heathcliff, its me--cathy.
Come home. Im so cold!
Let me in-a-your window.
Ooh, it gets dark! it gets lonely,
On the other side from you.
I pine a lot. I find the lot

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I absolutely adored Wuthering Heights and fell in love with Heathcliff as most girls do.

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Kate Bush

What I've tended to do is to use my own experiences to get into someone else's mind, like in Wuthering Heights.

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Johnny Depp

Am I a romantic? I've seen 'Wuthering Heights' ten times. I'm a romantic.

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The Crystal (Part II of A True Experience)

the multi-storey perhaps three storey
grim and desolate building
-so dark and devoid of love-
struck me like the one i saw recently
in Wuthering Heights, the 1930s
black and white British film

as the dream came on,
something inside told me,
it was a building where such
a chilling tragedy did strike

shadows, echoes and a
menacing atmosphere overran
the rundown building
there was no door except
an opening to a dark interior
cold as caves

Wuthering Heights where memories

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Why

Why poets are shy.
Shylock what's in a name.
Why do they then cry
from Yawning Depths
to Wuthering Heights.

Why do they pointy-late
in consonants and footnotes
and sketch an unsaid Why.

Rilke steered my mares,
Vroman turned me in his cell
and Komrij protected my shell.

But What I needed
Was carefully heeded
in urges to mystify.

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Emotional Upheaval

Only Terry Pratchett can be forgiven for irreverently sending
an unrefined Sam Vines into the pristine company of Pride
and Prejuduce - calling this classic a silly romance

Vimes launches into a diatribe against the stifling gentility that
held rich people enthralled within a useless existence, tells
author Jane Austen to write about

Corpses, murder and war – a cross between Mickey Spillane
and Margaret Mitchell; I love his advice about earning one’s
own keep leading to self-esteem

Enjoy the psychological tension Austen described –without
much action she creates more excitement and emotional
upheaval than Mike Hammer and

Scarlett O’Hara combined – only Wuthering Heights and
Jane Eyre can rival Jane Austen in making me
experience hallucinations!

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It's Only Text

Your abc's tethered me
Soft and subtle at first
Exes and ohs from another dimension
quietly prodding for attention
A gentleman, I visualized
The Wuthering Heights type
laying down your nouns for me to step on
evolving into cryptic codes and acronyms
I slipped on
But then, Emoticons!
Those little frowns and smiles
transmitted miles and miles to show you cared
Something Alexander Graham Bell
would never have anticipated
We read each other across the gulf
with words that were exclaimed
and punctuated by long gaps of silence
only serving to intensify and solidify our matrix
The el em en oh pees
making us both weak in the knees

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Gothic Wuthering Heights In Ghost Nights

Gothic souls roam
eternal moors spirit
passion birth land

beauty etched
in tempest mist
weathered soul banshee land

wind etched
into trees our youth love bent
into passions land

heather hues red
yellow green mist
purple blue moor moves land

skies cloud lit
dying red crimson yellow soul
rainstorm bound

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I Came Home At Last

'It's me it's Terry I came home at last'
is a Wuthering Heights reference
declaration I am off roaming wild moors

to landscape tempest fight
as much as a spectre apparition can
in a storm of decades thoughts

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