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I just wanted to thank everyone who responded to my question regarding that Emily Dickinson poem and the use/meaning of the word "surge". While I'm not 100% convinced she's talking about boobies, I've got to admit that she could very well be referring to the feminine shape, especially if their isn't any structural term called "surge" that lace would somehow partner up with.

So, once again, thanks, and if anyone else has any alternative interpretations feel free to toss them in.

:-)
snowywolfowl: (Default)
I just wanted to thank everyone who responded to my question regarding that Emily Dickinson poem and the use/meaning of the word "surge". While I'm not 100% convinced she's talking about boobies, I've got to admit that she could very well be referring to the feminine shape, especially if their isn't any structural term called "surge" that lace would somehow partner up with.

So, once again, thanks, and if anyone else has any alternative interpretations feel free to toss them in.

:-)
snowywolfowl: (Default)
I just wanted to thank everyone who responded to my question regarding that Emily Dickinson poem and the use/meaning of the word "surge". While I'm not 100% convinced she's talking about boobies, I've got to admit that she could very well be referring to the feminine shape, especially if their isn't any structural term called "surge" that lace would somehow partner up with.

So, once again, thanks, and if anyone else has any alternative interpretations feel free to toss them in.

:-)
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Tonight during my American Lit class we were discussing Emily Dickinson's poetry, and this poem caused some confusion:

"The thought beneath so slight a film
Is more distinctly seen, ---
As laces just reveal the surge,
Or mists the Apennine."

My question refers to the third line. What is surge and how would it relate to lace? Nobody in my class from the prof on down really knows what this is about on a literal plane.

Thanks!

Dave
 


snowywolfowl: (Default)

Tonight during my American Lit class we were discussing Emily Dickinson's poetry, and this poem caused some confusion:

"The thought beneath so slight a film
Is more distinctly seen, ---
As laces just reveal the surge,
Or mists the Apennine."

My question refers to the third line. What is surge and how would it relate to lace? Nobody in my class from the prof on down really knows what this is about on a literal plane.

Thanks!

Dave
 


snowywolfowl: (Default)

Tonight during my American Lit class we were discussing Emily Dickinson's poetry, and this poem caused some confusion:

"The thought beneath so slight a film
Is more distinctly seen, ---
As laces just reveal the surge,
Or mists the Apennine."

My question refers to the third line. What is surge and how would it relate to lace? Nobody in my class from the prof on down really knows what this is about on a literal plane.

Thanks!

Dave
 


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