The Lost Mistress By Browning: Summary, Explanations and Solved Questions

In “The Lost Mistress” is a Dramatic Monologue by Browning. In the poem, the poet represents the passion of grief. The speaker is a lover. But next morning his beloved is going to be somebody else’s wife. She has come to meet him
at night and he says that their love has come to bites and at last it is a fact, although a bitter one.