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Old Boy Scout Analysis

Author: poem of Robert Service Type: poem Views: 1

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A bonny bird I found today

Mired in a melt of tar;

Its silky breast was silver-grey,

Its wings were cinnabar.

So still it lay right in the way

Of every passing car.

Yet as I gently sought to pry

It loose, it glared at me;

You would have thought its foe was I,

It pecked so viciously;

So fiercely fought, as soft I sought

From death to set it free.

Its pinions pitifully frail

I wrested from the muck;

I feared the feathers of its tail

Would never come unstuck.

. . . The jewel-bright it flashed in flight -

Oh how I wished it luck!

With happiness my heart was light,

To  see how fair it flew;

To do my good deed I delight,

As grey-haired scouts should do;

Yet oh my bright reward's to write

This simple rhyme for you!


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| Posted on 2013-11-16 | by a guest

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Music and a beat that makes me want to get out of my wheelchairA pettry girl's smile (am such a bloke, sorry!)Hearing an old song that I really love and haven't heard for a while

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

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To Micheal,I agree with you about the repetition, but I felt that she was shnowig us how her grief felt. After all this was her life's partner, her best friend, her alter ego and that loss kept coming at her from every direction, many unexpected. If you ever have a major loss such as hers, you might find that at first you are so stunned and just a bit out of touch with the pace of the world. Every time you think you have a handle on it, some new level of loss presents itself for you to deal with. I do feel that many times as I slugged my way through her book that she was acting as if she were the first person ever to suffer a great loss, but then I had to remember that this was her personal story and telling it was an important part of her grieving process; many people are likely to feel relieved at the similarties in their own stories.It also didn't hurt that she is an established writer and could get a book contract out of it. Business is business even when you are devastated.

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

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Rghava garu,I prefer being adrdsesed by just the name. Anyway, about your explanation, can you please give some examples of usage of the feminine raamaa in Sanskrit. It will be interesting to know.

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

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