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A Blessing Analysis



Author: poem of James Wright Type: poem Views: 9


Just off the highway to Rochester, Minnesota,
Twilight bounds softly forth on the grass.
And the eyes of those two Indian ponies
Darken with kindness.
They have come gladly out of the willows
To welcome my friend and me.
We step over the barbed wire into the pasture
Where they have been grazing all day, alone.
They ripple tensely, they can hardly contain their happiness
That we have come.
They bow shyly as wet swans.  They love each other.
There is no loneliness like theirs.
At home once more, they begin munching the young tufts of spring in the darkness.
I would like to hold the slenderer one in my arms,
For she has walked over to me
And nuzzled my left hand.
She is black and white,
Her mane falls wild on her forehead,
And the light breeze moves me to caress her long ear
That is delicate as the skin over a girl's wrist.
Suddenly I realize
That if I stepped out of my body I would break
Into blossom.

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Suddenly I realize
That if I stepped out of my body I would break
Into blossom.
When an awake person enters what I call "pure emotional life" (as can happen in times of utter joy, moving physical experience or in utter grief) and as the writer has obviously experienced by the time he touches the ponies ear, I believe it is possible to imagine, as if in a dream, taking freedom from the restraints of one's body. And having done so, anything is possible including blooming like a time elapsed movie of a sleeping tulip.
If you have never experience pure emotional life then I suggest you find something you love very much and "get a life", because it is what being alive is all about.

| Posted on 2010-07-23 | by a guest


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Suddenly I realize
That if I stepped out of my body I would break
Into blossom.
When an awake person enters what I call "pure emotional life" (as can happen in times of utter joy, moving physical experience or in utter grief) and as the writer has obviously experienced by the time he touches the ponies ear, I believe it is possible to imagine, as if in a dream, taking freedom from the restraints of one's body. And having done so, anything is possible including blooming like a time elapsed movie of a sleeping tulip.
If you have never experience pure emotional life then I suggest you find something you love very much and "get a life", because it is what being alive is all about.

| Posted on 2010-07-23 | by a guest


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i want to explain the last three lines of the poem. does the poet translate a vision to reality? prove your answer.

| Posted on 2009-01-08 | by a guest




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