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A Lady Who Thinks She Is Thirty Analysis



Author: poem of Ogden Nash Type: poem Views: 26

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Unwillingly Miranda wakes,


Feels the sun with terror,


One unwilling step she takes,


Shuddering to the mirror.

Miranda in Miranda's sight


Is old and gray and dirty;


Twenty-nine she was last night;


This morning she is thirty.



Shining like the morning star,


Like the twilight shining,


Haunted by a calendar,


Miranda is a-pining.



Silly girl, silver girl,


Draw the mirror toward you;


Time who makes the years to whirl


Adorned as he adored you.



Time is timelessness for you;


Calendars for the human;


What's a year, or thirty, to


Loveliness made woman?



Oh, Night will not see thirty again,


Yet soft her wing, Miranda;


Pick up your glass and tell me, then--


How old is Spring, Miranda?






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