i’m not sure if i worded the line correctly. i initially thought it was shakespeare but i couldn’t find it in romeo and juliet. can someone tell me where it’s from. it’s just bugging i can’t figure it out.
It’s from a poem of Mary Elisabeth Coleridge, with the title “All One”.
Be still, my beating heart, be still! There is no hope for thee to-night. The fading of the wintry light Has made a blackness of the hill. Be still, be still, my beating heart! For thee to-night there is no fear. The moon has risen white and clear, And we shall neither meet nor part.
Be Still My Heart Shakespeare
“be still my beating heart” is shakespear…and first i thought it was from romeo and juliet but it could be something else. it know its shakespear tho. just not sure which play its from.
It comes from Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Raven”
I have a line that is similiar from a song called “My haunted heart” by Jane Monheit.
“Be still my haunted heart…”
do you think its a song from darryll hall and john oates i might be mistaken. i know it is a lyric from a song. bye.onn second thought its a song from (STING)