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Nature, the Gentlest Mother

   
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In this poem Emily Dickinson tries to compare a mother and nature. In the first three lines she describes how nature is kind and at the same time patient. Nature cares about us a lot while we behave sometimes little bit ill to her. It forgives us our action just with a “mild admonition...
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In this poem Emily Dickinson tries to compare a mother and nature. In the first three lines she describes how nature is kind and at the same time patient. Nature cares about us a lot while we behave sometimes little bit ill to her. It forgives us our action just with a “mild admonition...
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