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To hear an Oriole sing Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 16

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To hear an Oriole sing

May be a common thing—

Or only a divine.



It is not of the Bird

Who sings the same, unheard,

As unto Crowd—



The Fashion of the Ear

Attireth that it hear

In Dun, or fair—



So whether it be Rune,

Or whether it be none

Is of within.



The "Tune is in the Tree—"

The Skeptic—showeth me—

"No Sir! In Thee!"






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\"To hear an Oriole sing May be a common thing- Or only a divine.\" This means that the song of the bird can be taken as a normal, everyday occurance, OR, you could see it as something holy, beautiful, and divine.
The lines \"Is of within\" and \"No Sir! In Thee!\" imply that this decision is made within oneself.
Basically, it means beauty is in the ear of the beholder, similar to the expression beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

| Posted on 2011-01-19 | by a guest


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i need the summary of this poem very very very badly. please help!!

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