Emily Dickinson

By: Ivy Brown

Emily was born December 10,1830 Amherst,MA and died May 15, 1886. She went to school at Amherst Collage, Mount Holyoke Collage. She wrote poems, she wrote 1,084 poems.Some names of the poems she wrote was "The Bird Came Down", "A Charm Invests A Face", "Why Do I Love" you, sir?, "Nature" Is What We See, and "A Long, Long Sleep, A Famous Sleep".

" Fame Is A Bee"

  • Fame is a bee
  • It has a song-
  • it has a sting-
  • Ah, too, it has a wing.

I think its cool that Emily Dickinson wrote all them poems. Emily.D wrote lyric in one of her poems, but there were no smilies, metaphors, or personification in that pacific poem. In this poem I think the author is describing the bee and saying he is a famous bee. The best thing I like about this poem is the title because it sounds exciting to hear the poem.

In the poem "Fame Is A Bee" It has rhyme and rhythm, but doesn't have alliteration, repetition, and onomatopoeia in the poem

  • Rhyme: Rhythm:
  1. wing 1. It has a song
  2. sting 2. It has a sting

The poem has Sensory Language, it discribes what the bee looks when it says "AH, Too, it has a wing", it also tells you what the bee looks like when it says "It Has A Sting".

The example of Figurative Language is Metaphor and Personification. The metaphor in the poem is when it says "It Has A Song". The personification in this poem is when it says "Fame Is A Bee".

There Is No Example of Sensory Language in this poem.

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