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Loss And Gain Analysis

Author: poem of Ralph Waldo Emerson Type: poem Views: 4

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Virtue runs before the muse

And defies her skill,

She is rapt, and doth refuse

To wait a painter's will.

Star-adoring, occupied,

Virtue cannot bend her,

Just to please a poet's pride,

To parade her splendor.

The bard must be with good intent

No more his, but hers,

Throw away his pen and paint,

Kneel with worshippers.

Then, perchance, a sunny ray

From the heaven of fire,

His lost tools may over-pay,

And better his desire.


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Title: Regret for something that happened or something that was done.
Paraphrase: This poem is about men chasing a beautiful girl and in the end the loss everything in order to have her. The girl is unwilling to give up her values for the guys that are chasing her.
Sunny ray- chance of hope
Heaven of fire- Hell (The Underworld)
Words to Know:
Rapt-Engrossed in
Bard- Poet
Speaker: The speaker could be anyone admiring this ‘scene’ from a distance.

| Posted on 2010-03-28 | by a guest

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