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Not knowing when the Dawn will come Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 24

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Not knowing when the Dawn will come,

I open every Door,

Or has it Feathers, like a Bird,

Or Billows, like a Shore—



Edited by Peter Carter






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Thank you for your interest! I am slwoly building up my blog infrastructure. Ironically, I just opened a twitter account, and will soon be building that up to complement the blog. If you want to email me at , I can find you in the Twitterverse once I get going with it, probably in the next two weeks. x x

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


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Wow, Scott. It's an honour to be part of your vrbiant and growing community.Your I.D.E.A. weekly aims are a commitment to add real value to this community. And I guess that's one of the key things here it's a community.I have often thought about what makes a community vs. a network here are some key differences that are well demonstrated by your approach:COMMUNITYRelies on communication (two-way)Value-basedGive because you canResults in shared-valueDepth before breadthNETWORKRelies on information-dissemination (one-way)Volume-basedGive to get (aka quid pro quo)Results in shared informationBreadth before depthScott, you are part of a movement of leaders who are shifting the game from social-networking to social-community. I look forward to benefiting from your I.D.E.A.s and being an active member of your Social-Community.Best, Robin CraigRickardb7 21/08/09 at 12:09b7Hey Scott, nice post.It’s interesting how one piece of positive feedback, and attempt to push on the discussion can have such a satisfying and stimulating affect on the mind. Sometimes that’s all it takes to make you think an idea or thought is worthwhile, I had to keep a blog for several months last year (as part of my academic course) but I didn’t feel comfortable having people reading it; I had intended to carry it on as a little personal journal but eventually I just got tired of writing it for myself and moved on, one little comment here and there could have probably saved it. I do have to start another one next year (my final year!) so I might take your lead and open it up and see what happens.I wish I could comment on your posts more, but more often than not I’m not well versed on the subjects, however I am here reading.Keep it up, and take care my friend.Craig CraigRickardb7 21/08/09 at 12:09b7Hey Scott, nice post.It’s interesting how one piece of positive feedback, and attempt to push on the discussion can have such a satisfying and stimulating affect on the mind. Sometimes that’s all it takes to make you think an idea or thought is worthwhile, I had to keep a blog for several months last year (as part of my academic course) but I didn’t feel comfortable having people reading it; I had intended to carry it on as a little personal journal but eventually I just got tired of writing it for myself and moved on, one little comment here and there could have probably saved it. I do have to start another one next year (my final year!) so I might take your lead and open it up and see what happens.I wish I could comment on your posts more, but more often than not I’m not well versed on the subjects, however I am here reading.Keep it up, and take care my friend.Craig b7 21/08/09 at 13:13b7Alex, every reader counts! I certainly do look forward to talking more and building a relationship with you. Looking forward to talking to you beginning of next week. b7 21/08/09 at 13:13b7Alex, every reader counts! I certainly do look forward to talking more and building a relationship with you. Looking forward to talking to you beginning of next week. b7 21/08/09 at 13:15b7Robin your conparison is excellent and very useful- that definitely deserves a post of it's own!And, as always, thank you for your continued contribution and community. Every word in this post is genuine. People like you and the others here are what social media is about not celebrity. b7 21/08/09 at 13:15b7Robin your conparison is excellent and very useful- that definitely deserves a post of it's own!And, as always, thank you for your continued contribution and community. Every word in this post is genuine. People like you and the others here are what social media is about not celebrity. b7 21/08/09 at 13:19b7Craig thanks for not only the kind words but also the openness. As I wrote above, I was starting out to be a 'blogger' but the encouragement from everyone has inspired me.For me, my measure of a good post has become the breadth and depth of dicussion it generates. I can't imagine how hard it must be to maintain a blog without them!As always, all the best my friend. b7 21/08/09 at 13:19b7Craig thanks for not only the kind words but also the openness. As I wrote above, I was starting out to be a 'blogger' but the encouragement from everyone has inspired me.For me, my measure of a good post has become the breadth and depth of dicussion it generates. I can't imagine how hard it must be to maintain a blog without them!As always, all the best my friend.Leave a Comment Yay! You've decided to leave a comment. That's fantastic! Please keep in mind that comments are moderated. Thanks for dropping by! Recent PostsRecent Comments on on on Merry on Marta S. on ArchivesCategoriesMeta

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


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that the words 'just came to her' and expressed what she felt about life and death. Because polpee liked the free, open-air nature of her 12-line, untitled verse, she made many copies and circulated them privately. The verse demonstrated a remarkable power to soothe loss. It became popular, crossing national boundaries for use on bereavement cards and at funerals regardless of race, religion or social status." x x

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


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Hi Richard,I love this theme and am having alot of scuecss with my blog. But today I upgraded to the next version of your theme, and those pictures came back on the side bar. so I right clicked, and lost ALL of the images (I think I chose delete images ) I lost my pic, the blue/green images, and the header image that made my blog beautiful. do you know how I can restore them without losing the content of my blog? Thanks!

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


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Hi Maureen, catching up on some of your latset postings and of course this one stopped me in my tracks . have since printed out the poem to keep close & read often truly deep and profound words that really touched me and caused me to pause and reflect on my own journey thank you!

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




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