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The Burned Child Analysis



Author: Poetry of Dorothy Parker Type: Poetry Views: 110

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Enough Rope1925Love has had his way with me.This my heart is torn and maimed

Since he took his play with me.Cruel well the bow-boy aimed,Shot, and saw the feathered shaftDripping bright and bitter red.

He that shrugged his wings and laughed-Better had he left me dead.Sweet, why do you plead me, then,Who have bled so sore of that?

Could I bear it once again? . . .Drop a hat, dear, drop a hat!






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