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Come slowly-Eden! Analysis



Author: Poetry of Emily Dickinson Type: Poetry Views: 524

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Come slowly-Eden!

Lips unused to Thee-

Bashful-sip thy Jessamines-

As the fainting Bee-Reaching late his flower,

Round her chamber hums-

Counts his nectars-

Enters-and is lost in Balms.






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Fallon gave an interview to Channel 7 today. It's amaizng that he just doesn't know when to shut up. His timing is so taseteless and self serving. EMU's upper administartion obviously has a problem with secrecy and lying and concealing the truth in all kinds of ways.And every single upper level administrator who last December engaged in such dishonest behavior is someone thatJohn A. Fallon III had appointed or had retained. In other words, Fallon was the chief enabler of this so called culture of dishonesty and he failed in his duty to remedy these problems.And he dishonestly alleges that the enetire University is afflicted with this habit of dishonesty. No, that's not a validdiscription of the students, the staff, the faculty or most administrators: It's a valid description of the small circleof administrators who surround the President. The Welch Hall gang is not the real EMU, and I resent Mr Fallon for beingso bold and negative to allege that this dishonesty is an institutional, campus wide problem, when really any newpresident with brains and bravery could fix it in a week. Fallon did not fix it, he tolerated it and increased it.

| Posted on 2014-03-04 | by a guest


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Lovely pictures of the rinbaow. I tend to take rinbaows for granted, having seen so many. You remind me that it's important to stop and look at the world around us.Sorry to hear of your despair. I've been living that, too; I hope you come to a new understanding of what has been troubling you. Blessings and Bear hugs!

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


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I need the literary devices used in this poem for a project due today

| Posted on 2012-01-31 | by a guest


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Well, This Is Kinda Cool, I Really Don't Know What it Means But I Have To Do It For An English III Project At Jackson County Comprehinsive High School.

| Posted on 2008-10-24 | by a guest




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