ENG226 dandelions

ENG226 dandelions - And at once The new day calling forth the small soldiers To destroy blooming enemies So their immense beauty cannot take over

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Megan Wauschek April 5, 2010 Dandelions (Imitation Poem from Theodore Roethke’s Orchids) They stumble between the cracks, dandelion, Blooming intwined in the yard, Popping up, serene and deceitful, White and fluffy, distilling the air like a mushroom cloud; Their small feathery hands Disappear suddenly, Bringing in the canary hues.
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Unformatted text preview: And at once, The new day calling forth the small soldiers, To destroy blooming enemies So their immense beauty cannot take over, Standing ground with their sunny sepals: Such force brings terror! Stinging, burning liquid Stems neither retreating nor fighting, Gently into earth Defeated....
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course ENG 226 taught by Professor Williams during the Spring '10 term at Miami University.

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