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Analysis and comments on There is another sky by Emily Dickinson

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Comment 98 of 368, added on April 28th, 2006 at 8:56 PM.

i think this poem is so beautiful!I really didnt expect to understand any
of her poems since she was from in the 1800's most kids my age arent
interested in this stuff. i really like her poems. i was looking for my
favorite one in the world i memorized it. "i shall not live in vian" that
one has the most meaning to me. i think the whole purpose of this poem is
to teach other people and childeren my age that there is a imaginary garden
to escape to and it will always be there when things arent so great. and
for you guys that r being very rude i though adults were more mature than
that. wow i guess i was wronge! sry didnt mean n e thing bi that.

Tawnee from United States
Comment 97 of 368, added on April 26th, 2006 at 8:46 AM.

i think this poem is beautiful....it really has a hidden meaning...and it
really reminds me of myself, because i think she is trying to tell someone
how she sees the world through her eyes and how beautiful it is to her. but
no one can see the world the same way you do....

Katelyn from United States
Comment 96 of 368, added on April 25th, 2006 at 11:26 AM.

this makes me think of me and my brother and how i reashure him that soon
one day everything will be ok

ok from United States
Comment 95 of 368, added on April 23rd, 2006 at 9:11 AM.

OH MY GOODNESS....this poem is gross and stupid. i think she molested her
brother....how sad.

alyssa from United States
Comment 94 of 368, added on April 19th, 2006 at 2:17 AM.




*** Starry Night ***
By: sfiawong
4/10/2006


Trinkle, trinkle little stars
How many there are in the sky!
Let the children try to count!
I remember this starry night.

Trinkle, trinkle little stars,
Seven children we sit on a bench.
Our little fingers point and count.
Sit close friendly and talk.

Trinkle trinkle little stars,
Talk about cowboy and a weaver stars.
They're lovely meeting once a year.
On many birds built bridge sing with quitar.

Trinkle, trinkle little stars,
At a quiet night only with stars.
Seven we sit on the stone bench.
Our little fingers point and count.

Trinkle, trinkle little stars,
Oh honey, For your Love,
Mother can tell you different stars;
Your lover can swear towards stars and seas.

Trinkle, trinkle little stars,
Mom or beloved may talk with you.
Tell how many different stars,
For an ever love your honey can swear.

Trinkle, trinkle little stars,
How great you are helping love?



sfiawong from United States
Comment 93 of 368, added on April 11th, 2006 at 7:54 PM.

ok look, Austin, yeah its her OLDER BROTHER. and there were no sexual
inuendos in this poem either. this was not a romance interest. Keep in
mind when reading her poetry that most of it was found on napkins, grocery
list, in letters and on other random things and was only published after
she died by her family. (which is a shame because they changed lots of it)
Oh yeah, and one other thing. SHE IS DEAD. so stop trying to encourage her
and stop saying stupid things like "keep it up" or "You rock" because she
won't be reading it. I mean really, she died before the internet was even
imagined.

Megan from United States
Comment 92 of 368, added on April 11th, 2006 at 2:48 PM.

I think this poems is weird. I don't get it....

Angelica from Canada
Comment 91 of 368, added on April 5th, 2006 at 12:30 PM.

I love Emilies poems. I just move to the UK from Cal. I really miss talking
about great american poems in school.

Morgan from United Kingdom
Comment 90 of 368, added on April 4th, 2006 at 7:21 AM.

oi think Emily is just using this poem to encourage her little brother to
be optimistic and always look things on the bright side.

dively from China
Comment 89 of 368, added on March 29th, 2006 at 10:24 AM.

i love this poem so much it is so good

Tessica from United States

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Poet: Emily Dickinson
Poem: 2. There is another sky
Volume: Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson
Year: 1955
Added: Jan 9 2004
Viewed: 279204 times
Poem of the Day: Mar 4 2003


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