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Out in the Fields with God Analysis



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The little cares that fretted me

I lost them yesterday

Among the fields, above the sea,

Among the winds at play,

Among the lowing of the herds,

The rustling of the trees,

Among the singing of the birds,

The humming of the bees.



The foolish fears of what might happen,

I cast them all away,

Among the clover-scented grass,

Among the new-mown hay,

Among the husking of the corn,

Where drowsy poppies nod,

Where ill thoughts die and good are born--

Out in the fields with God.





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\"Fretted\" in line 1 means to worry, annoy, or cause anxiety. Figuratively speaking, it means to gnaw or wear away or eat away at some material. So the \"little cares\" worried or annoyed the poet, and in a sense they gnawed at her psyche, causing her anxiety.
The poem has this rhyme scheme: ABAB CDCD EBFB GHGH.
It could be considered a modified sonnet.

| Posted on 2013-06-15 | by a guest


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As human beings, we encounter a lot of trials and sufferings which will almost drop us on the ground.. We feel so helpless feeling that nobody cares, nobody loves us.. but holding on to God and keeping our faith we'll find light in the darkness.. hope, in the midst of hopelessness... love, in the midst of hatred and success in the midst of failure...
the poem simply expresses the trust that we have for Him. it can be felt even in an implied way, like the inspiration we can get from the things he made for us.

| Posted on 2011-12-07 | by a guest


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the poem simply expresses the trust that we have for Him. it can be felt even in an implied way, like the inspiration we can get from the things he made for us.

| Posted on 2010-12-03 | by a guest


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As human beings, we encounter a lot of trials and sufferings which will almost drop us on the ground.. We feel so helpless feeling that nobody cares, nobody loves us.. but holding on to God and keeping our faith we\'ll find light in the darkness.. hope, in the midst of hopelessness... love, in the midst of hatred and success in the midst of failure...
=) jai
jai

| Posted on 2010-11-25 | by a guest


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As human beings, we encounter a lot of trials and sufferings which will almost drop us on the ground.. We feel so helpless feeling that nobody cares, nobody loves us.. but holding on to God and keeping our faith we\'ll find light in the darkness.. hope, in the midst of hopelessness... love, in the midst of hatred and success in the midst of failure...
=)
jai

| Posted on 2010-11-25 | by a guest


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what is the meaning of the first sentence that
"The little cares that fretted me"?

| Posted on 2009-07-14 | by a guest




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