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Come Up From The Fields, Father - Kurt Weill, William Horn, Adam Garner - Songs To Poems Of Walt Wh

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  1. Come Up From The Fields Father By Walt Whitman Come Up From The Fields Father is a narrative poem about the effect of a single war injury on an Ohio family, It follows no proper rhyme scheme and has no repition. The poet uses realistic imagery to show the tranquility of the farming area.
  2. But now from the fields come father, come at the daughter’s call, And come to the entry mother, to the front door come right away. Fast as she can she hurries, something ominous, her steps trembling.
  3. Mar 19,  · "Come up from the Fields, Father" is a poem from Walt Whitman on the topic of warfare, more specifically the impact that a soldier's involvement in war has on the family. The poem occurs on a calm Ohio autumn day, tranquil and wondrous on a quiet farm.
  4. Come up from the fields, father, here's a letter from our Pete, And come to the front door, mother, here's. a letter from thy dear son. Lo, 'tis autumn, Lo, where the trees, deeper green, yellower and redder, Cool and sweeten Ohio's villages with leaves. fluttering in the moderate wind, Where apples ripe in the orchards hang and.
  5. Come up from the Fields, Father by Walt Whitman. 1 Come up from the fields, father, here's a letter from our Pete; And come to the front door, mother--here's a letter from thy dear son.
  6. Come up from the Fields, Father Crossing Brooklyn Ferry Dalliance of the Eagles, The Darest Thou Now, O Soul Debris Delicate Cluster Despairing Cries Dirge for Two Veterans Dresser, The Drum-Taps Earth! my Likeness!! Eidólons Elemental Drifts Ethiopia Saluting the Colors Europe, the 72d and 73d years of These States Excelsior Faces.
  7. May 29,  · 4. Read this description of the Ohio farm in autumn in Walt Whitman’s “Come Up from the Fields Father”: Lo, 'tis autumn, Lo, where the trees, deeper green, yellower and redder, Cool and sweeten Ohio's villages, with leaves fluttering in the moderate wind, Where apples ripe in the orchards hang and grapes on the trellis'd vines.
  8. Come Up From the Fields, Father by Walt Whitman. Summary: Come Up From the Fields, Father is short poem about a day in a families life. The day is a nice autumn day, the dad is in the fields farming and the mother is in the house doing house work when a letter from their son arrives, the letter claims the son has been shot but will alright.

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