Water, is taught by thirst.
Land — by the Oceans passed.
Transport — by throe —
Peace — by its battles told —
Love, by Memorial Mold —
Birds, by the Snow.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Water, is taught by thirst.

24 Comments

  1. Abubu says:

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

  2. Abubu says:

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

  3. Rahiim Abiymael Oyoo Abiyram says:

    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

  4. mr. hands says:

    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

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