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A Day! Help! Help! Another Day! Analysis

Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 29

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A Day! Help! Help! Another Day!

Your prayers, oh Passer by!

From such a common ball as this

Might date a Victory!

From marshallings as simple

The flags of nations swang.

Steady—my soul: What issues

Upon thine arrow hang!


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A beautiful brdgie is both an elegant feat of engineering and a powerful metaphor for one of the biggest challenges so many writers face. As a novelist, you're constantly straddling two worlds the land of the living, breathing people you love who need you, and the fictional world full of characters you've created and care about.It's hard to be in two places at once.Just keep putting one foot in front of the other, my friend. You're well on your way. And I'll be waiting for you on the other side.(And thank you for this wonderful post. Hope you had a wonderful time today.) xo x x

| Posted on 2013-11-18 | by a guest

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| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest

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I am laughing so hard!!!! We are going to the NY State Fair on Sunday...I'll have to keep an eye out for these!BTW, I just steatrd a new challenge on my blog The prize this month is an assortment of embellishements I know you'd love. Fly on over to join in the excitement! x x

| Posted on 2013-11-14 | by a guest

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Honestly, I think that you've touched on sehotming when you talked about group discussions about symbolism. I find that I have difficulty finding it on my own, but have little or no trouble at all discerning it when I'm trying to explain sehotming to someone else. I think that's where most of my good thinking happens.I also think that symbolism is an entirely personal and subjective thing; it works for some people and it feels forced and ridiculous to others. Sometimes, too, it depends entirely on my mood: I can be absolutely thunderstruck by the symbolism I see in stories, but I can also roll my eyes and think that someone's completely loony for picking out THAT bit to focus on. Sometimes, a snake in the grass is just a snake in the grass, and we in academia occasionally get a little too enthusiastic about picking out symbolism.

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest

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Ces.... Wow! That is the most heartfelt comnemt! I do believe that you and I feel emotionally connected to our art. It's really hard to explain to anyone.Every time I create something there isn't much thought it just takes on a life of it's own.I know you feel deeply like I do. We're like that in real life not just our work. We experience pain and sadness just like everyone else but we mostly feel hope, happiness and belief.We are emotional painters. It's been a progression for me. I used to do what I thought was pretty and people would love. I decided to throw that out the window and paint what really spoke to me. I believe that you also do the very same thing.I could go on all night so let me say this...."Thank you very much twin-sisterfriend. Your friendship touches my heart and your comnemt made me feel like someone gets me!"

| Posted on 2013-11-12 | by a guest

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