Friday, January 3, 2003

A Girl Comments

Rating: 3.1

The tree has entered my hands,
The sap has ascended my arms,
The tree has grown in my breast -
Downward,

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Ezra Pound
COMMENTS
Rose Marie Juan-austin 15 October 2021

Beautiful poem full of metaphors and great images.

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Chinedu Dike 08 June 2020

Well articulated and nicely brought forth with conviction.........

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Ismaeil 28 April 2020

Moving from romanticism to modernism. Everyone could be beloved.

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Mahtab Bangalee 24 May 2019

girl the girl for the superb for the super high

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Howard Simon 12 June 2018

Lovely lines that are loaded with life and creativity

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The tree has entered my hands. Beautiful words.

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Elrina 19 April 2018

Can you please analyse the poem for me

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Randall McCollum 15 December 2017

Pound stuff is to poetry what a Big Mac left on a bench is to sculpture. Useless, pretentious garbage taht idiots think is deep

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Billy Burt 15 December 2017

Typo aside I agree 100%. This is the guy that said Wordsworth was terrible yet he wrote this tripe and called it poetry.

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A concerned citizen 19 December 2018

it's poetry. It was written like a hundred years ago.

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Mat 29 June 2021

You're like a mouse that doesn't shake the grass. Pound is somebody. You're nobody.

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Abhimanyu Kumar.s 02 December 2017

I think this must be once a girl and you can turn it admiring work.

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Dr Dillip K Swain 31 October 2017

A fabulous little write.. enjoyed the way it is penned...10

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Sylvaonyema Uba 14 February 2017

You are violets with wind above them A child -so high- you are Excellent use of imagery. Beautiful and delightful poem. Sylva

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Ma Xiaokang 12 March 2015

a great one! master of imagist poem!

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Stephen W 06 December 2013

No wonder he ended in the insane asylum!

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Sally Plumb Plumb 14 November 2010

Really, very, very beautiful.

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Eche Ononukwe 17 September 2009

This is a poem with a tense romantic tension full of wisdom

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Stanton Hager 20 August 2006

Pound, the fierce fist-pounder on many issues, in his poems was OFTEN movingly LYRICAL-not just in his shorter poems, as this one (and many others well-chosen by Poemhunter) , but in his translations and throughout The Cantos. If you haven't yet read his immensely moving Li Po translation, 'The River Merchan't Wife: A Letter, ' treat yourself at this site. I bet you weep.

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