“The sense of solitude prevailing throughout the length and breadth of the poem is strong,” writes Tuhin Bhowal.
“This poem is an apt example of how H.D. had the quality to transform the mild into the brittle. How do you break roses?” asks Tuhin Bhowal.
“Dickinson was a poet of short, succinct lines, often defying and redefining the rules of the traditional notions of the language itself and grammar in the late nineteenth century,” writes Tuhin Bhowal.