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I hide myself within my flower Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 23

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I hide myself within my flower,

That fading from your Vase,

You, unsuspecting, feel for me—

Almost a loneliness.






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This is a very poor post of this poem. The actual poem reads:
I hide myself within my flower
That wearing on your breast,
You, unsuspecting wear me too
and angels know the rest.
I hide myself within mt flower
That fading from your vase,
you, unsuspecting feel for me
almost a loneliness.

| Posted on 2010-02-25 | by a guest


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I thought there was more to this poem, such as a line which read " I hide
myself within my flower, that wearing on your breast". Anyhow, when I read it
I think of a person who is falling from grace. I feel the authorís feeling that her solitary personality, possibly shyness, is the flower she
is wrapped in. Maybe the flower that she hides in was effecting her
relationship with someone she cared about, because she mentions,
"fading from your vase". A vase offers protection and water...life, to a
flower, which she obviously relates too. So essentially, she feels she is no
longer as cherished or loved by this person, "vase".
In the last two lines, I'm not sure whether she is asking for sympathy
from someone else, or from the person she feels she as let down.

| Posted on 2009-01-08 | by a guest


.: :.

I thought there was more to this poem, such as a line which read " I hide
myself within my flower, that wearing on your breast". Anyhow, when I read it
I think of a person who is falling from grace. I feel the authorís feeling that her solitary personality, possibly shyness, is the flower she
is wrapped in. Maybe the flower that she hides in was effecting her
relationship with someone she cared about, because she mentions,
"fading from your vase". A vase offers protection and water...life, to a
flower, which she obviously relates too. So essentially, she feels she is no
longer as cherished or loved by this person, "vase".
In the last two lines, I'm not sure whether she is asking for sympathy
from someone else, or from the person she feels she as let down.

| Posted on 2009-01-08 | by a guest




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