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The reference to frogs and their bog is an analogy for a person being admired by the public.
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Emily Dickenson was a poet, you can fine most of her poems in pooks such as "The Complete works of Emily Dickinson". A few of her poems are: * An altered look about… the hills * An awful tempest mashed the air * As if some little arctic flower * Come slowly, Eden! * The daisy follows soft the sun * The gentian weaves her fringes * Going to heaven! * Heart, we will forget him! * I bring an unaccustomed wine * If I should die * I had a guinea golden * I have not told my garden yet * I never lost as much but twice * Morns like these we parted * The murmur of a bee * New feet within my garden go * The rose did caper on her cheek * Success is counted sweetest * These are the days when birds come back * What inn is this * Who robbed the woods
I think it means that she thinks nobody knows her and doesn't pay any attention to her. ..For one poetry is meant to invoke something in you, what does it mean to you? It actu…ally shouldn't matter what it means to me, but she doesn't want to be public. Who wants to be famous is what she ask, who wants to be under the world's watchful eye? It is better to be normal, or an outsider and live by your own standards.
No, Emily Dickinson did not marry. She had many close friends but she did not have many lovers. One of the possible romances she may have had was an elderly Judge by the… name of Otis Phillips Lord. In Emily's later years she withdrew from society and hardly saw anyone in person.
American poet Emily Dickinson was born in 1830. She began writing in her teenage years when she attended the Amherst Academy.
Emily Dickinson was an American poet who was born in 1830. Dickinson never received any awards personally for her work as most of her work was seen after her death.
Her coffin was 5'6" long, so she must have been several inches shorter than that to fit in, logically. Her dress on display at the Dickinson Museum in Amherst MA is a copy, bu…t it shows the woman was no more than 5'0" if the the dress was worn at floor length. The average person of the 19th century was about 5'4" for men and 5' for women, based on the relatively less nutritious diets of that era and many diseases in childhood.
Emily had a very reclusive life. She spent her years living upstairs at her father's house, and this is where she wrote. She wrote as her way to express her feelings to the ou…tside world.
Emily Dickinson attend Amherst Academy for seven years in her youth. Then, she left home to study at Mount Holyoke Female Seminary. She spent only a year at Mount Holyoke beca…use she suffered from severe homesickness.
by her own emotional response to it
I'm not important! Why are you important? Are you also unimportant? Now we can be unimportant together-- it will be our little secret! Humanity doesn't like people who decide …to be unimportant. Being important is boring though! Everyone knows everything about you, like you were a croaking frog Always telling your personal problems To everyone in the swamp!
Austin and Lavinia Dickinson!
Emily Dickinson died on May 15, 1886 at the age of 55.