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Solace Analysis



Author: poem of Dorothy Parker Type: poem Views: 12

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There was a rose that faded young;

I saw its shattered beauty hung

  Upon a broken stem.

I heard them say, "What need to care

With roses budding everywhere?"

  I did not answer them.



There was a bird, brought down to die;

They said, "A hundred fill the sky-

  What reason to be sad?"

There was a girl, whose lover fled;

I did not wait, the while they said,

  "There's many another lad."






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