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The saddest noise, the sweetest noise Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 28

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The saddest noise, the sweetest noise,

  The maddest noise that grows,—

The birds, they make it in the spring,

  At night's delicious close.



Between the March and April line—

  That magical frontier

Beyond which summer hesitates,

  Almost too heavenly near.



It makes us think of all the dead

  That sauntered with us here,

By separation's sorcery

  Made cruelly more dear.



It makes us think of what we had,

  And what we now deplore.

We almost wish those siren throats

  Would go and sing no more.



An ear can break a human heart

  As quickly as a spear,

We wish the ear had not a heart

  So dangerously near.



Edited by Peter Carter






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This poem is ultimately about in a literal sense, reflecting on the death of loved ones, family or friends or known associates after a scarce winter. She is saying listening to the mourning of those still alive, can break a heart as easily as a spear.

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