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A Night—there lay the Days between Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 26

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A Night—there lay the Days between—
The Day that was Before—
And Day that was Behind—were one—
And now—'twas Night—was here—

Slow—Night—that must be watched away—
As Grains upon a shore—
Too imperceptible to note—
Till it be night—no more—

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I have found this a lot. But change is ALWAYS good, IMO. At least for me, it has been. When my chetcarars start doing things "they" want to do, it's more in line with their "real" character rather than my forced characterization. I don't know if that made sense -- it's late where I am... but I do know the writing, the plotting, the story is much better when I allow the changes that my chetcarars demand. What a process of discovery! x x

| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest


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Two wonderful tbeurtis, Mark. The word play; the contrarian aspects which to me lead to a layering of lines, are what stand out. Yes, there is the meta-poetic and the finding of home, but I rather enjoy your taking on her style. When I read her words, despite their minimal quality and oft etherial conjectures, there is this heaviness to the lines which I believe the dashes add as if they are weights meh?Read your above response to, John, btw & must agree with you. Emily was an odd bird who was very much an individual when it came to her social circles and lifestyle. I'm not saying that I read all her poems easily, but her psyche is one I do feel I've a grasp as a woman who shares many of the same ideologies and tendency toward introspection. (Oh, and we are both introverts do you think she would've kept a blog (please smile at this last one!)

| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest


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Maureen,I will be forever grufteal that you introduced me to Naomi Shihab Nye, and this has now become one of my favorite poems. I'll read this at my men's group next week. You feed us all with your words, your photos, and your recipes and your way of engaging life. Thank you.Tom

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest




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