Emily Dickinson "I heard a Fly buzz, when I died"

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I want to analyze about of American literature research. this analyze I wrote in my course. it is about Emily Elizabeth Dickinson (December 10, 1830 – May 15, 1886) was an American poet. I know it is sad poetry and I little bit dislike of sadness. because I get good score for this lesson ''A'' I trying write it in my personal blog lol. I attended class of Mr. kobayasi on the 16th of May “I heard a Fly buzz, when I died”

I heard a Fly buzz - when I died -
The Stillness in the Room
Was like the Stillness in the Air -
Between the Heaves of Storm -

The Eyes around - had wrung them dry -
And Breaths were gathering firm
For that last Onset - when the King
Be witnessed - in the Room -

I willed my Keepsakes - Signed away
What portion of me be
Assignable - and then it was
There interposed a Fly -

With Blue - uncertain - stumbling Buzz -
Between the light - and me -
And then the Windows failed - and then
I could not see to see -

Drawing scenes and moods when someone encounters death, the storyteller in this poem begins the mood of death when the fly flies through the air around her deathbed. The narrator then describes the atmosphere of the room where she was in death. In the following words there is a different atmosphere, a real opposite. The sound of a fly buzzing with a quiet room.
Trying to emphasize the parable of silence in a stormy atmosphere, Have we ever been in a storm ?, and felt how wet, warm and stifling the air after the calm we feel? Or think about the eye of the storm, the strange, silent, frightening moment that comes before the other half of the storm roars. At death, when the body is ready and death picks up, after life in the end get ready for the next surprise. The dirty bug fly, she tried to portray foreign things far from fun.
The next verse, the narrator describes the people she left behind, her closest friends, when the crying was over, when the tears had dried up, the sincerity let go, the peace. They prepare themselves for the next thing, something to come. Then comes the word “King”,who is the king? I my opinion it is Not God, the King is death itself, the death that always awaits our coming, every one.

Emily Dickinson I heard a Fly buzz, when I died
Emily`s quote

But the next verse, Fly appeared, flies came. When our minds are brought toward the spiritual, calm and gloomy, we are forced to re-think of the dirty little flies. Fly is not a beautiful butterfly, then what does she mean by "blue" and tripped by Buzz? We strive to focus on the "fly" that comes between the narrator and the light. There are two things to think about when reading them. The first flies come when the woman is dying and some light in the room is like a candle.
The second is that when she had spoken of a quite spiritual thing that the king appeared, it could have appeared just after the death, an uncomfortable feeling by the hum of the fly and the air given by the fly, then changed as she felt the light approaching her. Then she ended everything with her failure to see the world she once felt And then the Windows failed - and then “l can not see to see”. She has really gone, to find what we call the soul window. Is it true that death will come to us later? According my analysis in paragraph two, Yes I believe that every one will death sooner or later. The important thing is we should be prepare for that. Do the best what can l do in our life and believe the death only God know.

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