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Comment 6 of 46, added on March 20th, 2012 at 5:05 PM.
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Comment 4 of 46, added on July 2nd, 2010 at 1:42 PM.
Lord, take me and I will be yours, even though life without You is
beautiful, and life with You will be like a downhill horse race into the
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Comment 2 of 46, added on April 27th, 2005 at 11:15 PM.
Correction to my last critique --The last line of the
poem is not 'then I am ready to go' but 'now I am ready to go'. Fareweall
is a typo and I love you belonged to a letter that was in my word
Phyllis from United States
Comment 1 of 46, added on April 23rd, 2005 at 1:51 PM.
The first line 'Tie--' is the first revelation that this is no ordinary
journey. It is a prayer asking for
the right path for her to live and die. The 2nd line 'then I am ready to
go.' could refer to the beginning of the end of Emilys or anyones' life.
The 3rd and 4th lines: 'Just a look at the horses,
rapid - that will do' may refer to her longing only
to know that she is transitioning but asks that it be
rapid. (Refer to the gentleman caller driving
the carraige in 'Because I could not stop for death')
The next stanza. 'Put me in -and ending '--partly
down hill' gives an insight into her heart felt belief or knowledge of
immortaliy. The next line of this poem starting 'But never I mind the
steepers'and the next ending '--sea' refers to her acceptance that she has
chosen the hills and if they are steeper -it is her choice, her free will;
this belief is reinforced in the next two lines..'held fast in everlasting
race, by my own choice and Thee.' This poems name is 'Farewell. The last 2
stanzas always bring me tears of sad beauty-beginning with; 'say goodbye to
the life I used to know'- and ending in 'kiss the hills for me just once,
then I am ready to go.' The word 'steeper' was changed to 'bridges' by one
editor. Thank you to this website for staying with Emily's own words.
Fareweall, I love you.
Phyllis Trieber from United States
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