Emily Dickinson

(10 December 1830 – 15 May 1886 / Amherst / Massachusetts)

A Drop Fell On The Apple Tree - Poem by Emily Dickinson

A drop fell on the apple tree
Another on the roof;
A half a dozen kissed the eaves,
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Comments about A Drop Fell On The Apple Tree by Emily Dickinson

  • Susan Williams (9/22/2016 2:12:00 PM)


    There is something particularly charming about this poem- - she gives us such unique phrases and words used in different contexts.- - -
    A half a dozen kissed the eaves,
    And made the gables laugh.- - - - - -
    The sunshine threw his hat away,
    The orchards spangles hung.
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  • Mizzy ........ (9/22/2016 12:48:00 PM)


    Class writing by Emily! (Report) Reply

  • Neal Beightol (9/22/2016 11:48:00 AM)


    Emily's love of nature is so embodied in her verse. It resonates so charmingly as she teaches us how to look at a simple rain shower through her eyes. (Report) Reply

  • Veer Dhiman (9/22/2016 9:25:00 AM)


    Juicy poems...As fresh as apples... (Report) Reply

  • Edward Kofi Louis (9/22/2016 5:37:00 AM)


    Free! ! In the glee. Nice work. (Report) Reply

  • Rajnish Manga (9/22/2016 5:17:00 AM)


    Beautiful portrayal of the charms of nature as it appears in a drizzle. Thanks.
    A drop fell on the apple tree / Another on the roof
    A few went out to help the brook / That went to help the sea.
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  • (9/22/2016 12:49:00 AM)


    Fantastic flight of imagery and a wonderful style have created this wonderful poem that is a pleasure to read. Thanks for sharing it here. (Report) Reply

  • (5/4/2014 8:15:00 AM)


    I like apples. This poem is so refreshing. (Report) Reply

  • (4/29/2014 9:57:00 PM)


    ..........i love the title, wish i wrote this one...enjoyed.. (Report) Reply

  • (3/30/2014 7:22:00 PM)


    ........a very nice write....love the theme and the title...especially the title...enjoyed.. (Report) Reply

  • (6/19/2007 12:58:00 AM)


    Marvelously entertaining and very proactive, in terms of her 'twist of fate' of the poem's theme, in the last few lines. (Report) Reply










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