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The Giver Analysis



Author: Poetry of Sarah Teasdale Type: Poetry Views: 930

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You bound strong sandals on my feet,
You gave me bread and wine,
And sent me under sun and stars,
For all the world was mine.

Oh, take the sandals off my feet,
You know not what you do;
For all my world is in your arms,
My sun and stars are you.

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I know I'm too late to enter the contest but I'd like to put your bneanr on my blog. How do I do this? Do I save picture as .... to my files on my hard drive and then grab it from my blog? I have OCC alrady listed, but a bneanr would call attention to it. I have a photo on mine, so I'm assuming it would like adding the photo, but not sure if just copying the picture will get someone to this blog.Thanks for helping. x x

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I love the fact that of all these lines you pulled my feotrivas as well. Stunning indeed. I am delighted that you enjoyed my post about this special poet. Thank you so much, always, for your kind comments dear Russ.Your friend, Gina

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Thank you dear Rhonda! How wonderful to get this nice cnoemmt from you on one of my older posts. Can I package a hug and send it to you? Big (cyber) Hugs for you nonetheless. Cheers, Gina x x

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Wow . incredible. Thank you so much for shrnaig. I've heard the name John Donne but only in passing and I neglected to follow up. Now you have brought his name to the forefront of my mind to research. This excerpt you've shar32e8ed is amazing. It is wonderful to meet' you dear kindred spirit. I am delighted we have found each other so we can share our love of old poetry, and more.Blessings, Gina

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two of my favorites: Break of Day by John Donnee28098Tis true, e28098tis day, what thuogh it be?O wilt thou therefore rise from me?Why should we rise because e28098tis light?Did we lie down because e28098twas night?Love, which in spite of darkness brought us hither,Should in despite of light keep us together. written half a millennium ago and Anne Bradstreet of 1600 New England To My Dear and Loving Husband thanks for making me think of these again

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