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Analysis and comments on Water, is taught by thirst. by Emily Dickinson

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Comment 42 of 202, added on September 21st, 2011 at 11:30 PM.
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You have really interesting blog, keep up posting such informative posts!

Marina from United States
Comment 41 of 202, added on February 12th, 2011 at 12:00 AM.
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Comment 40 of 202, added on November 10th, 2010 at 1:32 PM.

Hey yo Rahiim Abiymael Oyoo Abiyram......waht is you talkin bout? no homies
can understand yo jibbrish

Abubu from Ethiopia
Comment 39 of 202, added on November 5th, 2010 at 1:10 PM.
Emily Dickinson rahiim

poem is compar word, showing thing are taugt by triel.

- water is taught by thirst: you learn is water is good for the body you
and cuench thirst (only by being thirst can suffering

- Land - by the oceans passed: oppsite bring out peopel.

- transport by throe: you only feel can good if have good experiens only if
you frist experiens pain

- peace- by its battles told: peace able only be establis by their is frist
a battl 0r some sort

- Love by menorial mold: you onely reelis thet you reely love somone after
depart

- Birds by teh snow: Birds suffer on snow similar the awthor also they
leave sad, any you is sad

- Throe: viylent spasim

Rahiim Abiymael Oyoo Abiyram from Ethiopia
Comment 38 of 202, added on November 5th, 2010 at 1:14 PM.

You Americans and your poems, how can you understand this?

Abubu from Ethiopia
Comment 37 of 202, added on November 5th, 2010 at 1:14 PM.

You Americans and your poems, how can you understand this?

Abubu from Ethiopia
Comment 36 of 202, added on November 4th, 2010 at 1:35 PM.
poem

i think this poem is a little hard to understand at first but when one
looks further at the meaning of it then you really appreciate the central
themes

mr. hands from United States
Comment 35 of 202, added on March 11th, 2009 at 10:18 AM.

I chose to comment this poem because for one this is one of my favorite
poems by Emily Dikinson. And for two it shows great anguish and grieve, it
makes you feel as though you can feel what she is experiencing at this
point in her life. You take a walk in her shoes as she shows the imagery
and metaphors to explain the unhappiness in her life. Emily was a very
strong women to have written all these hellish poems. I especially enjoy at
the end "Birds, by the snow." Showing that she feels alone and left behind
as everyone she knew and love were passing. I can relate to this poem
deeply, when I first read it I knew right at the dot what she was talking
about. "You don't know what you got till it's gone."

B.T.W. All of Emily Dickinson's poems were published in their original
format in 1955 so thats probally where the 1955 came from.

Emily Bottomley from United States
Comment 34 of 202, added on March 11th, 2009 at 12:17 AM.

She is showing a comparrison of words and meanings. In a sort of way..

Water is taught by thirst. meaning when you get thirsty you learn that
water will quinch or satisfy that yearning of thirst..
Peace.... by it's battles told. Means that one would not thirst for peace
if one had not aquired the thirst of the battle... She is compaing Land to
ocean as she says they are opposites is what makes them what they are. The
same as with the bird and snow...If you do not have snow you do not thirst
for the times when the bird sings in spring...
She is describing her feelings of of love by memorial mold... this was
probably written when she lost her parents and friends in those
years...Because love is gone as they are too in death...As the bird suffers
to survive in the snow, she too is alone....feeling so lost and cold....

linda from United States
Comment 33 of 202, added on March 9th, 2009 at 2:34 PM.

This is a very poignant poem,but more than likely written in 1855 and not
1955, as Emily died in 1886.

Brenda from United States

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Poet: Emily Dickinson
Poem: 135. Water, is taught by thirst.
Volume: Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson
Year: 1955
Added: Jan 9 2004
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