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Fame is a fickle food Analysis



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

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Fame is a fickle food

Upon a shifting plate

Whose table once a

Guest but not

The second time is set.



Whose crumbs the crows inspect

And with ironic caw

Flap past it to the

Farmer's Corn—

Men eat of it and die.



Edited by Peter Carter






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