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Comment 4 of 77, added on June 10th, 2010 at 5:28 AM.
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Comment 3 of 77, added on March 10th, 2008 at 12:29 AM.
i think emily dickinson is a hot mama. just this poem makes me cry at
night. i read it all the time to my little kids. they tell me how they hate
her and how they wanna write her hatemail. i wonder though if shes still
alive and if they could do that. i heard shes out on the streets selling
her body to get food on the table. dear ole emily best keep her knickers
hidden. they be all dusty and saggy. nobody would want to tap that with a
broom stick and call it a dill dog damned night. oo i wish my best luck to
emily. shes my favorite hooker poet.
lulu from Australia
Comment 2 of 77, added on January 2nd, 2007 at 1:35 PM.
I think this is the most powerful poem of dickinsons, which conveys the
opressivness perfectly. while studying for my leaving cert i got the idea
from the lines "shackles on the plumed feet And staples, in the Song" to
compare this poem to "Hope-is a thing with feathers" I dont know if this is
intentional but the image of a bird being "hope" and how in this poem it is
shackled and stapled, i found to be incredibly powerful.
Suzie from Ireland
Comment 1 of 77, added on June 4th, 2005 at 8:50 AM.
Without being a huge fan of Dickinson, I have to suggest that this is a
hugely powerful piece. Her depression is so complete that her poetry only
rings true when expressing hurt and pain, and in no other poem is this
expressed so fully. The inevitability of her recession into depression,"The
Horror welcomes her, again," is astonishingly disturbing. She was a
depressive who writes poems and not a poet who was depressed yet this poem
alone makes her poetry worthy.
The Possum from Ireland
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