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Paths Analysis

Author: poem of Dorothy Parker Type: poem Views: 6

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I shall tread, another year,

  Ways I walked with Grief,

Past the dry, ungarnered ear

  And the brittle leaf.

I shall stand, a year apart,

  Wondering, and shy,

Thinking, "Here she broke her heart;

Here she pled to die."

I shall hear the pheasants call,

  And the raucous geese;

Down these ways, another Fall,

  I shall walk with Peace.

But the pretty path I trod

  Hand-in-hand with Love-

Underfoot, the nascent sod,

  Brave young boughs above,

And the stripes of ribbon grass

  By the curling way-

I shall never dare to pass

  To my dying day.


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I took Paths to be a poem about both grief and peace, which she gives human qualities to, as well love. The first two verses ar pejorative, and explain how dull and sad things are, respinding to a particular memory that she has.

| Posted on 2011-07-31 | by a guest

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