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The Bobolink is gone— Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 13

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The Bobolink is gone—
The Rowdy of the Meadow—
And no one swaggers now but me—
The Presbyterian Birds
Can now resume the Meeting
He boldly interrupted that overflowing Day
When supplicating mercy
In a portentous way
He swung upon the Decalogue
And shouted let us pray—

Edited by Peter Carter

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