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You left me, sweet, two legacies,-- Analysis



Author: Poetry of Emily Dickinson Type: Poetry Views: 1589

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You left me, sweet, two legacies,--

A legacy of love

A Heavenly Father would content,

Had He the offer of;



You left me boundaries of pain

Capacious as the sea,

Between eternity and time,

Your consciousness and me.








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I think it\'s just a crap poem :S. Anyone could skim through a dictionary and plug random words next to each other and call it a \'poem\'. You\'re all donuts.

| Posted on 2012-01-13 | by a guest


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Since most of her poems r reflection of her state of mind...I think Emily is referring here to the love of her life...If i connect it to myself then also i get this explanation...WHEN WE HAVE TO FOREGO OUR BELOVED, BECAUSE OF HER BETRAYAL.. WE STILL LOVE HER... YOU LOVE THAT CONCIUOS OF YOUR LOVER WHICH HAS GONE SOMEWHERE. BUT YOU HATE THAT NEW PERSON NOW.YOU LOVE THAT OLD LOVER'S CONCIOUS BUT YOU HATE THE NEW HER, AT THE SAME TIME. THESE ARE THE TWO LEGACIES WHICH SHE IS TALKING ABOUT. WE NEED TO CONCENTRATE ON WORD "LEFT LEGACIES". IT MEANS THAT PERSON IS NOT THEREIN HER LIFE ANYMORE. HE HAS DITCHED HER...SO IT CANT BE FOR A MARRIED LOVER..see x

| Posted on 2010-03-20 | by a guest


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Since most of her poems r reflection of her state of mind...I think Emily is referring here to the love of her life...If i connect it to myself then also i get this explanation...WHEN WE HAVE TO FOREGO OUR BELOVED, BECAUSE OF HER BETRAYAL.. WE STILL LOVE HER... YOU LOVE THAT CONCIUOS OF YOUR LOVER WHICH HAS GONE SOMEWHERE. BUT YOU HATE THAT NEW PERSON NOW.YOU LOVE THAT OLD LOVER'S CONCIOUS BUT YOU HATE THE NEW HER, AT THE SAME TIME. THESE ARE THE TWO LEGACIES WHICH SHE IS TALKING ABOUT. WE NEED TO CONCENTRATE ON WORD "LEFT LEGACIES". IT MEANS THAT PERSON IS NOT THEREIN HER LIFE ANYMORE. HE HAS DITCHED HER...SO IT CANT BE FOR A MARRIED LOVER..

| Posted on 2010-03-20 | by a guest


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Since most of her poems r reflection of her state of mind...I think Emily is referring here to the love of her life...If i connect it to myself then also i get this explanation...WHEN WE HAVE TO FOREGO OUR BELOVED, BECAUSE OF HER BETRAYAL.. WE STILL LOVE HER... YOU LOVE THAT CONCIUOS OF YOUR LOVER WHICH HAS GONE SOMEWHERE. BUT YOU HATE THAT NEW PERSON NOW.YOU LOVE THAT OLD LOVER'S CONCIOUS BUT YOU HATE THE NEW HER, AT THE SAME TIME. THESE ARE THE TWO LEGACIES WHICH SHE IS TALKING ABOUT. WE NEED TO CONCENTRATE ON WORD "LEFT LEGACIES". IT MEANS THAT PERSON IS NOT THEREIN HER LIFE ANYMORE. HE HAS DITCHED HER...SO IT CANT BE FOR A MARRIED LOVER..

| Posted on 2010-03-20 | by a guest


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well short to the point...i really dont know what its about ..butttt..i dont thing its really a good poem unless its mysterious.. and theres really no true meaning..i think its whatever in your life you want it to be..me as in love..and obedience..but i dont know

| Posted on 2009-07-01 | by a guest


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I'm not entirely sure if I am correct about this but this poem could possibly relate to her love of a married man. Two legacies,one of love and one of pain. Love, obviosly could just be her love for him, while pain, because she knows she can never have him since he is married. While I hope to be understanding this poem it might be something else entirely that she is talking about, so I will continue to keep an open mind about all of her marvelous poems.

| Posted on 2005-04-03 | by Approved Guest




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