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Death is a Dialogue between Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 31

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Death is a Dialogue between
The Spirit and the Dust.
"Dissolve" says Death—The Spirit "Sir
I have another Trust"—

Death doubts it—Argues from the Ground—
The Spirit turns away
Just laying off for evidence
An Overcoat of Clay.

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\"Death is a dialogue between the spirit and the dust- the spirit and the dust argue over what should happen to the person. death says to dissolve in the ground while the spirit says that it believes in something different-heaven. Death doubts it and argues in the ground(the body buried) While the spirit turns away and leaves the evidence(the dead corpse) so that the spirit goes to heaven and the only remembrance of the person is their corpse buried in the ground.\"
In this poem the spirit and the dust argue about what should become of the person, death says to dissolve in the ground while the spirit says that it believes in heaven. Death argues in the about how the body should be buried, while the spirit turns away and leaves the evidence or the corps. This allows the spirit to go to heaven and the corpse to be buried in the ground.

| Posted on 2011-05-30 | by a guest


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Death is a dialogue between the spirit and the dust- the spirit and the dust argue over what should happen to the person. death says to dissolve in the ground while the spirit says that it believes in something different-heaven. Death doubts it and argues in the ground(the body buried) While the spirit turns away and leaves the evidence(the dead corpse) so that the spirit goes to heaven and the only remembrance of the person is their corpse buried in the ground.

| Posted on 2009-03-25 | by a guest




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