WILL THERE BE A MORNING Emily Dickinson

WILL there really be a morning?

Is there such a thing as day?

Could I see it from the mountains

If I were as tall as they?

Has it feet like water-lilies?

Has it feathers like a bird?

Is it brought from famous countries

Of which I have never heard?

Oh, some scholar! Oh, some sailor!

Oh, some wise man from the skies!

Please to tell a little pilgrim

Where the place called morning lies!

THEME

The writer asks if morning and day are places. The writer asks if you can see morning. She wants answers from somebody intelligent about this. She says that She is a person in search of answers

T- Will there really be a morning

P- Is there a morning,Is there a day, Is it a visible place, If she was tall enough to see it, is it somewhere famous that i have never heard of, Is there someone who can give me answers because I am in search of them

C- What is the morning

A- very curious

S- no shifts

T- Ca we see morning and day

T- Are morning an day places that we can see

Her Life

She is a very curious person from her house. She probably had lots of time to think about things like this.

The poem makes you think a lot.

Created By
troy west
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Credits:

Created with images by Wolfgang Staudt - "morning" • horjaraul - "mist sun sunbeams"

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