What are the words to the poem "The Dash"?


The words to the poem, 'The Dash' are many. The poem is 9 paragraphs long and it is about reading a headstone. The last verse reads as follows. So, when your eulogy is being read, with your life's actions to rehash. Would you be proud of the things they say about how you spent your dash?
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Splashing ,dashing ,restless sea, Never still you seem to be : Sometimes angry, sometimes sad, Sometimes you laugh as though you glad. Little children love you well, Love all the
I think you've got the answer already. As the editor of the recent "Complete Poems of Emily Dickenson" (Thomas Johnson) says in the introduction to that book, she used them
Dickinson is a poet who is renowned for her use of the dash in her poetry, which serves generally to break up her short verses and also, in the case of poems that end with a dash,
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Linda Ellis started writing poems as a child, a talent inherited from her Irish grandmother. Her most famous poem to date is THE DASH, which has been enjoyed by millions over the last 14 years... More>>
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