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I had a guinea golden Analysis



Author: Poetry of Emily Dickinson Type: Poetry Views: 308

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I had a guinea golden-

I lost it in the sand-

And tho' the sum was simple

And pounds were in the land-

Still, had it such a value

Unto my frugal eye-

That when I could not find it-

I sat me down to sigh.I had a crimson Robin-

Who sang full many a day

But when the woods were painted,

He, too, did fly away-Time brought me other Robins-

Their ballads were the same-

Still, for my missing Troubador

I kept the "house at hame."I had a star in heaven-

One "Pleiad" was its name-

And when I was not heeding,

It wandered from the same.

And tho' the skies are crowded-

And all the night ashine-

I do not care about it-

Since none of them are mine.My story has a moral-

I have a missing friend-

"Pleiad" its name, and Robin,

And guinea in the sand.

And when this mournful ditty

Accompanied with tear-

Shall meet the eye of traitor

In country far from here-

Grant that repentance solemn

May seize upon his mind-

And he no consolation

Beneath the sun may find.






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Some time ago, I needed to buy a car for my corporation but I did not earn enough money and could not order anything. Thank God my friend proposed to try to get the mortgage loans from trustworthy bank. Thus, I did so and was happy with my term loan.

| Posted on 2012-08-17 | by a guest


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This poem is about a lost love. A man who has left or died and left the poet with a terrible sense of loss despite realizing that it was the attachment that was lost as opposed to anyone of special value.

| Posted on 2011-08-16 | by a guest


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This poem is about the human tendency of placing more weight on objects that we like, or are familiar with. This overvalue is what leads to attachment.

| Posted on 2010-09-07 | by a guest


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This poem goes into the deaper meanings of life, and how loosing some meaningfull to us can never be replaced. This poem goes into the deaper meanings of life, and how loosing some meaningfull to us can never be replaced. This poem goes into the deaper meanings of life, and how loosing some meaningfull to us can never be replaced. This poem goes into the deaper meanings of life, and how loosing some meaningfull to us can never be replaced. This poem goes into the deaper meanings of life, and how loosing some meaningfull to us can never be replaced.

| Posted on 2006-03-04 | by Approved Guest




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