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Her—"last Poems" Analysis

Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 18

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Her—"last Poems"—


Silver—perished—with her Tongue—

Not on Record—bubbled other,

Flute—or Woman—

So divine—

Not unto its Summer—Morning

Robin—uttered Half the Tune—

Gushed too free for the Adoring—

From the Anglo-Florentine—

Late—the Praise—

'Tis dull—conferring

On the Head too High to Crown—

Diadem—or Ducal Showing—

Be its Grave—sufficient sign—

Nought—that We—No Poet's Kinsman—

Suffocate—with easy woe—

What, and if, Ourself a Bridegroom—

Put Her down—in Italy?


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One of these days I\'ll put up the list of my collection (DVDs, CDs and LPs ilcnuded), but not today. If/when I eventually buy a house or a condo, there will be one room that\'ll be a library. However, I\'m not sure if I\'d want all my books tucked away in a room. I\'m rather fond of letting my gaze wander over the shelves, and there\'s something cosy about all those full shelves.

| Posted on 2013-11-18 | by a guest

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I'm not married yet so I don't know what I'd do. In a past reithionsalp I did not snoop but he did cheat. In another reithionsalp I did snoop and found suspicious but not definate proof of any cheatig. I hope in whenever I marry I'll be so secure I'll feel no need to snoop at all.My recent post x x

| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest

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I don't check my husband emalis, text, voicemail etc. and he doesn't check mind. He could if he wanted .really neither of us want to check our own! They are usually filled with bills due, task list, spam, etc. However, we don't hide these things for example if his phone rings I can answer it, if I want. I choose not to do so. Same thing, he can answer mine.I just don't think you should go snooping around, without reason. This just sounds like looking for trouble and causing possible trust concerns.My recent post

| Posted on 2013-11-15 | by a guest

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I don't read his e-mails unless he siacpficelly chooses to let me read them. I know the passwords and can log in at any time but if I don't have to (I sometimes set up accounts). I see no problem with looking through each other's e-mails but there should still be a line drawn somewhere. In Jia's case there's enough trust and respect to snoop but it's not meant to be vindictive or in search of something sinister. We have access to each other's accounts and have the same level of trust as Jia's relationship but we typically don't read each other's e-mails. Just don't have much of an interest in doing so.My recent post

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

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