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Woodpecker , The Analysis



Author: Poetry of Emily Dickinson Type: Poetry Views: 3597

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His bill an auger is,

His head, a cap and frill.

He laboreth at every tree,--

A worm his utmost goal.





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you guy need to be quite because I don't see you making

| Posted on 2014-03-18 | by a guest


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I understand this poem is way to short but most likely to she it means a lot more rember the vaule of words? They take peoples breath away in any from just because you think it is way to short or not understandable means you may need to go back to school because I\'m a 7th grader and I understand this and I think its buetifull. Beisds just because it is short does not mean it isent a poem. Anyway I don\'t see you name on here as a famuse poet writer so where do you have room to talk about her form of art like that! A person who thinks yall can shut it about this so there >:o

| Posted on 2012-12-10 | by a guest


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This is too short a poem for anyone to truly appreciate the author\'s real talents. Go look at Robert Browning and learn some tips, you let down. What a failure, it brings tears to my eyes, I\'m actually crying right now, see what you have done!

| Posted on 2012-03-19 | by a guest


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I agree with the comment above. Make i\'s about someone taking on small tasks in order to succed in the bigger picture. Sure it may be about a bird but it all depends on how you veiw it. Mabye Emily was looking at the bigger picture and made it seem as simple as a woodpecker hammering at a tree. It\'s all a matter of perspective i suppose.

| Posted on 2011-12-22 | by a guest


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This is a blatantly marxist poem about how the \"woodpecker\" (the proletariat) is locked in a perpetual struggle for \"the worm\" (a decent working wage) while faced with the unrepentantly cruel contraints of the \"tree\" (the bourgoise masters).

| Posted on 2011-10-29 | by a guest


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Jus lika ther guoy befoe me said " Im to drunke to taste this chickern". Buut i thinl we asl know THE ARedvark and the beaver never know how lifed will ever happen but in the end itlls go lkie little miocheal a.b.c.d.e.f.m 584 its easy as tat. Have ever seen a wudperker tehy liek to eat alot bark my they otehr night i caught one and ate it an di think that is what this poem is tryin to say good luck
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Jeff Micheals

| Posted on 2008-12-15 | by a guest


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this poem is really short. i think that the previous comments towards this poetic piece of writing is very over rated, as this poem does not touch me deeply, and goes about ad far in as my 2nd layer of skin. i think it is a very bad poem, and if you dont post this comment, you are only hiding and runing away from the real truth, no some fake and incorrect version!

| Posted on 2008-06-25 | by a guest


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i think the same.people are people and you can acheive your goals the easy way or hard way.

another may be that Emily Dickenson was sitting outside maybe at a pond with writing journal and out of the corner of her eye saw this beautiful cute woodpecker.

figure skate c~


| Posted on 2007-01-18 | by a guest


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When i read this i feel that the poem goes deeper than a woodpecker. maybe its a person only accomplishing small goals and not trying to put forth the effort to do more except be average. now though some words i did not know i still for once got the jest of this poem. i love emily dickinson's work ever since 7th grade.

yet if this piece is about a woodpecker then i feel that maybe Emily was just sitting outside one day and watched a woodpecker strive for the worm.

another thing you can get out of this is maybe if this is about a person... maybe the person is striving to be better. and is going to complete everything they start.

Jessi~

| Posted on 2005-07-30 | by slntfirflm




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