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My Heart ran so to thee Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 22

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My Heart ran so to thee

It would not wait for me

And I affronted grew

And drew away



For whatsoe'er my pace

He first achieve they Face

How general a Grace

Allotted two—



Not in malignity

Mentioned I this to thee—

Had he obliquity

Soonest to share

But for the Greed of him—

Boasting my Premium—

Basking in Bethleem

Ere I be there—



Edited by Peter Carter






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Hi Brook and Kathryn...Welcome...Brook, London ON is a bit far from me...I pray that your new minister finds a wurdenfol new home in your city...Thank you, Kathryn..my header is from the Microsoft collection...they have great ones...

| Posted on 2013-11-16 | by a guest


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Jesus wasn't born on Dec 25th. We have no idea when he was born. We have no idea IF he was born. Christmas as we know it is a pagan holiday based on the wtienr solstice interspersed with all kinds of Nordic and Anglo-Saxon mythology. This war on Christmas is one of the most cynical, treacherous and evil bits of political manipulation of the masses since Lenin's hijacking of Russia. x x

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


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Id say A. I like the lighting and the sense of speed you get from him, as well as the chill vibe of tinars with friends. B and C are good photos compositionally, but dont say as much to me.

| Posted on 2013-11-13 | by a guest


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I have found my degree of haspnieps swings wildly according to weather and some incomprehensible internal chemistry. I enjoy euphoria while it is with me and at the other end of the spectrum just wait for the down feelings to pass. In other words, my haspnieps seems to have little to do with reality. So I don't usually consciously take advantage of that pursuit of haspnieps right that is mine as a United States citizen. What I do, though, is practice specific thankfulness, to God for little things and large, to my husband for little things and large, and to other people. For me, the side effects of watching for things to be thankful for and of verbalizing thanks include contentment, a heightened sense of wonder and entertainment. Hm . . . sounds a little like haspnieps, doesn't it?

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




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