EMILY DICKINSON- A FACE DEVOID OF LOVE AND GRACE
In this poem Dickinson writes about the appearance of a person's face. This description of the face is insight for the person's attitude. A face lacking love or grace, a face without tenderness, gentleness, caring, or a heart. Dickinson expresses the sadness and gloominess in the person. A cloud has thundered and rained. This general- like face, with strength and sternness accompanies the hollow appearance. The strength of the face, being so hard and tough finds comfort with stones. Rocks and stones are hard to crush, and break. Used to skip, but old as time. Being old friends, from the p…
- EMILY DICKINSON- A FACE DEVOID OF LOVE AND GRACE
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