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Sunday, March 27, 2011

There is another sky by Emily Dickinson

There is another sky,
Ever serene and fair,
And there is another sunshine,
Though it be darkness there;
Never mind faded forests, Austin,
Never mind silent fields -
Here is a little forest,
Whose leaf is ever green;
Here is a brighter garden,
Where not a frost has been;
In its unfading flowers
I hear the bright bee hum:
Prithee, my brother,
Into my garden come!

by Emily Dickinson



Review:
I read this a few times, and every time i read this poem, the poem seems creepier and creepier. Come into my garden brother?!

Word of the day:

equivocate

  ih-KWIV-uh-kayt  , intransitive verb;
1.
To be deliberately ambiguous or unclear in order to mislead or to avoid committing oneself to anythingdefinite.



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14 comments:

  1. In the garden of eden, baby...
    Don't you know that I love you...

    I like this poem. Obviously a euphemism for sex.

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  2. 1. Love the poem. 2. thought the same thing you did when I read the line. That's okay though, it's still a great poem.

    L.i.I, such a horndog! :P

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  3. yea emily dickinson wanted it from you bad!

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  4. Dickinson was down with wincest eh? Good to know...

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  5. I love Dickinson. Thanks for the share!

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  6. another great poem - cheers

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  7. I've always likened the last stanza as empathy...sort of come with me and taste of my vine...not really in an incestual way...Emily spent so much of her life in solitude...she wanted someone to relate to understand...

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  8. oh ill come into your garden alright

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  9. Lovely poem, even if a little creepy

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  10. It could be as dirty as it sounds. The part that sounds dirtiest to me is lines 3 and 4, but she could just be referring to her dark room where she spent most of her days.

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