Oh, I have sown my love so wide
That he will find it everywhere;
It will awake him in the night,
It will enfold him in the air.

I set my shadow in his sight
And I have winged it with desire,
That it may be a cloud by day,
And in the night a shaft of fire.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Sara Teasdale's poem After Parting

2 Comments

  1. Gina says:

    THis poem is really deep, i think what she is saying is “When I die, i dont want to be forgotten.” The title “After Parting” is kind of a giveaway…

  2. Kidada Malachi says:

    i really liked this poem alot because its mostly refers to my life and how i live.

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