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One of the ones that Midas touched Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 35

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One of the ones that Midas touched

Who failed to touch us all

Was that confiding Prodigal

The reeling Oriole—



So drunk he disavows it

With badinage divine—

So dazzling we mistake him

For an alighting Mine—



A Pleader—a Dissembler—

An Epicure—a Thief—

Betimes an Oratorio—

An Ecstasy in chief—



The Jesuit of Orchards

He cheats as he enchants

Of an entire Attar

For his decamping wants—



The splendor of a Burmah

The Meteor of Birds,

Departing like a Pageant

Of Ballads and of Bards—



I never thought that Jason sought

For any Golden Fleece

But then I am a rural man

With thoughts that make for Peace—



But if there were a Jason,

Tradition bear with me

Behold his lost Aggrandizement

Upon the Apple Tree—



Edited by Peter Carter






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One of the ones that Midas touched
Who failed to touch us all
Was that confiding Prodigal
The reeling Oriole—
So drunk he disavows it
With badinage divine—
So dazzling we mistake him
For an alighting Mine—
A Pleader—a Dissembler—
An Epicure—a Thief—
Betimes an Oratorio—
An Ecstasy in chief—
The Jesuit of Orchards
He cheats as he enchants
Of an entire Attar
For his decamping wants—
The splendor of a Burmah
The Meteor of Birds,
Departing like a Pageant
Of Ballads and of Bards—
I never thought that Jason sought
For any Golden Fleece
But then I am a rural man
With thoughts that make for Peace—
But if there were a Jason,
Tradition bear with me
Behold his lost Aggrandizement
Upon the Apple Tree—

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