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I tend my flowers for thee Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 27

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I tend my flowers for thee—

Bright Absentee!

My Fuchsia's Coral Seams

Rip—while the Sower—dreams—



Geraniums—tint—and spot—

Low Daisies—dot—

My Cactus—splits her Beard

To show her throat—



Carnations—tip their spice—

And Bees—pick up—

A Hyacinth—I hid—

Puts out a Ruffled Head—

And odors fall

From flasks—so small—

You marvel how they held—



Globe Roses—break their satin glake—

Upon my Garden floor—

Yet—thou—not there—

I had as lief they bore

No Crimson—more—



Thy flower—be gay—

Her Lord—away!

It ill becometh me—

I'll dwell in Calyx—Gray—

How modestly—alway—

Thy Daisy—

Draped for thee!






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What an absolutely pecrfet and sensational idea, Kim!!How can we make that happen for you?!There MUST be a way!! Your gift with florals is extraordinary. Your artist's eye is priceless. Your multi-faceted skills invaluable!

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


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Hey Courtney Olson. I typed my name in google and found your page, buacese my name is Courtney Olson. You have a very nice name, keep being awesome=) x x

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


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yes Roosi #20 allways "ON-LINE" and strgnaely never off line or even off side and defenitely never off the blog but never bloggin the ball - and thank you for thatJ.

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


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It is quite peculiar that after all these years I've come acsors your Pulpetti and some of your "concrete poetry" - a blast from the past! But, reading it now is as enjoyable as it was in the late 1980s-early 1990s when we were swapping poems, big thoughts, and sharing our teenage angst! We wrote but we never met. Glad to find a trace of you in this world of ours!

| Posted on 2013-11-10 | by a guest


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This is NOT poem number 339. 339 is \"I like a look of agony\"

| Posted on 2011-04-01 | by a guest




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