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This quiet Dust was Gentlemen and Ladies, And Lads and Girls; Was laughter and ability and sighing, And frocks and curls. This passive place a Summer's nimble mansion, 5 Where Bloom and Bees Fulfilled their Oriental Circuit, Then ceased like these. The subject of the poem “Quiet” is Life and Death. Answer True False

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    Don't think so, but not 100% sure.

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    True. Imagine wingspaninson sitting in a graveyard while composing this poem and it becomes quite clear. Clues: This quiet Dust was Gentlemen and Ladies, And Lads and Girls; And frocks and curls. [This quiet Dust refers to the dust of the remains of buried men, women, and children.] This passive place a Summer's nimble mansion, Where Bloom and Bees Fulfilled their Oriental Circuit, Then ceased like these. [The bees and flowers live in this graveyard (Summer's mansion) and then die like those buried below.]

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