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Am I kin to Sorrow, That so oft Falls the knocker of my door— Neither loud nor soft, But as long accustomed, Under Sorrow's hand? Marigolds around the step And rosemary stand, And then comes Sorrow— And what does Sorrow care For the rosemary Or the marigolds there? Am I kin to Sorrow? Are we kin? That so oft upon my door— Oh, come in!
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About This Poem
"Kin to Sorrow" was published in Renascence and Other Poems (Harper & Brothers, 1917).
Edna St. Vincent Millay was born in Rockland, Maine, in 1892. Her collections of poetry include Renascence and Other Poems (Harper & Brothers, 1917) and Second April (Harper & Brothers, 1921). In 1923, Millay was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for The Ballad of the Harp-Weaver (F. Shay, 1922). She died in 1950.
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