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Easter Wings Analysis



Author: poem of George Herbert Type: poem Views: 88

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Lord, who createdst man in wealth and store,

       Though foolishly he lost the same,

                  Decaying more and more,

                              Till he became

                                Most poor:

                                With thee

                              O let me rise

                    As larks, harmoniously,

            And sing this day thy victories:

  Then shall the fall further the flight in me.



        My tender age in sorrow did begin:

       And still with sicknesses and shame

                  Thou didst so punish sin,

                           That I became

                                Most thin.

                                With thee

                           Let me combine

             And feel this day thy victory:

             For, if I imp my wing on thine,

   Affliction shall advance the flight in me.





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pooop on you because i hate english let alone poetry and all you bastards reading this probably most definetly have no life either!

| Posted on 2010-02-08 | by a guest


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weebles wobble. BUT they don't fall down...
think about it.

| Posted on 2009-03-08 | by a guest


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poop on this poem i hate this poem i want to make it die on the poem it doesn't good anything poop inside of me

| Posted on 2009-02-10 | by a guest


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Concrete/ shaped poetry: the lines are arranged to look like wings.
This poem could be religious: the wings can be from an angel. Furthermore, the poem could represent the Bible story of Jesus dying. 'with thee' = God. The 'Lord' is adressed by the speaker (Jesus??) in the first line.
Other interpretation of the increasing/ decreasing lines: the lines decreases when the speakers tells sad things (foolishly, lost, decaying, poor) / (sorrow, sickness, shame, punish, most thin).
The lines increase when the tone is positive: rise, harmoniously, victories).

| Posted on 2009-01-28 | by a guest


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poop on your face i hate english and i hate poetry and i have a final tomorrow so poo on everyone

| Posted on 2008-12-17 | by a guest




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