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10 thoughts on “For Annie

  1. says:

    A perplexing love poem that makes you think Did he die? Was he simply peacefully sleeping? Or did she help ease him out of illness and into the afterlife? It seems unclear


  2. says:

    I find I have rather mixed feelings towards Poe’s poetry – some I really enjoy others I feel nothing towards With For Annie we have one I really enjoyedFor Annie demonstrates some of the best things about Poe’s poetry pulling you into the poem and leaving it lingering in your mind once you finished Although it is not my favourite Poe poem – The Raven still holds that position – it was certainly one of my favourites


  3. says:

    1151pmI’m a bit disturbed by this one Poe Nevertheless I expected no less I also couldn’t help but chuckle at some point; the way some 19th century poets namely the male variety describe women is hilarious to me It felt like reading a reference to an old joke as it reminded me of the romance poetry anthology we read in English Literature in school admittedly that’s where I discovered 19th centuries poetry and fell in love with it which eventually led me to discover Edgar Allan Poe so I’m not hating at all and how hilarious some parts were to mine and my friends’ young teenage selvesClassic Poe but not my favourite of his works I enjoyed the flow of the words but not the overall message


  4. says:

    It's a very well done poem with fantastic prose that is a complete pleasure to read The only draw back is the incredibly high view it takes of death which is uite disconcerting about half way through the poem


  5. says:

    It has a nice rhythm and a message that's easy to understand I think it has this duality of having dark themes like death fever and mourning but is also hilarious because the fever is called Living and the narrator seems uite content to lie in bed as his consciousness drifts between worlds


  6. says:

    I have arranged my takeaway thoughts into a haikuHow much jauntier The deathbed's grim end finds thoseWe tended in grief


  7. says:

    “The mind is its own place and in itself can make a heaven of hell a hell of heaven— John Milton Paradise LostThe poem For Annie is about a laudanum addict who once again obtains his heavenly vision Annie It is written in the present tense The addict is thinking He is not speaking to anyone The poem begins with the narrator already having ingested the laudanum This can be understood by moving the sixth stanza to the beginning oh of all tortures that torture the worst has abated subsided—the terrible torture of thirst craving for the naphthaline river of Passion accurst laudanum—I have drank of a water that uenches all thirst The narrator has drunk the laudanum Now first stanza he is relieved that his withdrawal symptoms are over They have been conuered He thanks Heaven for this The word living is in uotation marks because an addict's living consists of spending all of their time craving their drug When they are without their drug they live in a state of intense nervous excitement feverIt should be noted that the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1772 1834 was addicted to opium In a letter to his publisher Joseph Cottle he writes I was seduced into the ACCURSED Habit ignorantly – I had been almost bed ridden for many months with swelling in my knees – in a medical journal I happily met with an account of a cure performed in a similar case by rubbing in of Laudanum at the same time taking a given dose internally – it acted like a charm like a miracleACCURSED Habit is related to Passion accurst Also in a letter to his brother George Coleridge writes Laudanum gave me repose not sleep; but you I believe know how divine that repose is what a spot of enchantment a green spot of fountain and flowers and trees in the very heart of a waste of sands God be praised the matter has been absorbed; and I am now recovering apace and enjoy that newness of sensation from the fields the air and the sun which makes convalescence almost repay one for diseaseRepose is mentioned later in the poemBecause the sixth stanza does not actually start the poem we will return to it and explore it in a little detail shortly Next second stanza the laudanum has deprived the narrator of his strength but he doesn't care because he feels better lying down He is resting so composedly third stanza and he imagines if anyone were to look at him they might think he is dead because he is motionless The narrator then goes on fourth and fifth stanzas to think about his withdrawal symptoms having been conuered He is no longer moaning and groaning or sighing and sobbing His emotional disturbances have been uieted with his uickly beating heart Laudanum significantly slows the beating of one's heart He also thinks about the sickness the nausea and the pitiless pain having ceased with the fever These are all symptoms of laudanum withdrawal Now we return to the most important stanza of the whole poem—the sixth This is the first time water is mentioned in the poem The narrator is no longer craving the naphthaline river of Passion accurst I have drank of a water that uenches all thirst A naphthaline river does not exist Naphthaline is a toxic hydrocarbon that comes from coal tar It is flammable This is a reference to the Phlegethon river a river of fire that surrounds the Underworld Hades Naphtha is mentioned in John Milton's Paradise Lost book one 725 730 within her ample spaces o’er the smooth and level pavement from the arched roof pendent by subtle magic many a row of starry lamps and blazing cressets fed with naphtha and asphaltus yielded light as from a sky Paradise Lost deals with the story of man's fall from grace This is related to the poem Laudanum is a solution of alcohol and opium It is flammable Passion accurst means cursed love The water is cursed because it is made in the fiery river of the Underworld and when drunk it loves you while you are under its influence but eventually the effects will wear off This then makes the user desire and so they become addicted constantly thirsting for this water When the addict does not uench their thirst they become sick and experience withdrawal symptoms The love that a user experiences has a spiritual uality to it References to the spiritual are made several times in the poem starting from the very beginning This spiritual uality becomes apparent laterThe next stanza seventh reinforces the idea that the water comes from the Underworld a water that flows with a lullaby sound from a spring but a very few feet underground—from a cavern not very far down under ground Notice the poem is written using an amphibrachic rhythm This gives it its lullaby sound This lullaby rhythm goes with the narrator's drugged state of mindThe narrator now eighth stanza thinks if anyone were in his room they might say that it is gloomy and his bed is too small but they would be foolish in saying that because they would not be in his state of mind For man never slept in a different bed—And to sleep you one must slumber in just such a bed Remember he is high When he mentions sleep and slumber we should not think he is literally talking about sleeping He is only mentioning being under the influence of laudanum If they were under the influence of this drug they would not be foolishly saying the room is gloomy and the bed is too small They wouldn't even care These next three stanzas go together They are about the narrator's laudanum visions just before he falls asleep The ninth stanza mentions a spirit The narrator uses the word tantalized to describe it This is another reference to water and the Underworld The word tantalize comes from Greek Tantalos King of Phrygia He was punished in the afterlife by being sent to Tartarus an area in the Underworld He was forced to stand in a river Every time he tried to grab fruit from any of the tree branches that were above him the wind would blow them out of his reach and the water would disappear every time he tried to get something to drink The word tantalize means to torment or to tease and disappoint someone's expectations This fits in with the narrative of a drug addict who becomes excited because they finally acuired their drug They get high and they feel good but they are repeatedly disappointed because the effects wear off They need to get before their withdrawal symptoms return Now let's move on and talk about the narrator's spirit The word spirit in this sense refers to his mind Dr Charles Alston 1683 1760 was a Scottish botanist who wrote in one of his papers about how opium was believed to raise the spirits mood and relax the muscles The narrator's spirit blandly reposes He is not sleeping Coleridge wrote Laudanum gave me repose not sleep He is still conscious His mind is just peacefully resting forgetting or never regretting its roses—its old agitations of myrtles and roses He is forgetting or he doesn't care about his old agitations—the moaning groaning sighing sobbing sickness nausea pain fever and craving The myrtles and roses refer to his agitations The rose connection is obvious Roses have thorns A thorn is something that causes discomfort The word myrtle comes from Greek myrrha myrrh which comes from Arabic murr meaning was bitter Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary says 2 Another word lot is also translated myrrh Gen 3725; 4311; RV marg or ladanum What was meant by this word is uncertain It has been thought to be the chestnut mastich stacte balsam turpentine pistachio nut or the lotus It is probably correctly rendered by the Latin word ladanum the Arabic ladan an aromatic juice of a shrub called the Cistus or rock rose which has the same ualities though in a slight degree of opium whence a decoction of opium is called laudanum This plant was indigenous to Syria and Arabia Easton's Bible Dictionary also says The rose of Sharon is probably the cistus or rock rose several species of which abound in PalestineThe poem goes on tenth stanza to tell us why he is forgetting or doesn't care about his old agitations The narrator's spirit mind imagines a holier spiritually pure odor about it The odor of pansies rosemary and rue is mentioned The word pansy comes from Middle French pensée meaning thought remembrance from Latin pendere meaning weigh consider The word rosemary comes from Latin rosmarinus meaning dew of the sea This is another reference to water Rosemary is also a symbol of remembrance In William Shakespeare's Hamlet Ophelia says There’s rosemary that’s for remembrance Pray you love remember And there is pansies that’s for thoughts She then goes on to say There’s rue for you and here’s some for me We may call it “herb of grace” o' Sundays This seems to be connected to the poem The phrase 'herb of grace' o' Sundays is tied to the name Annie Annie is a form of Anna Anna comes from Hannah Hannah has a Hebrew origin meaning grace The poem then mentions Puritan pansies The name Hannah was common among the Puritans in the 16th and 17th centuries This is another reference to the spiritual There is no such thing as a Puritan pansy I will write about the word Puritan shortly So what does all this talk about remembrance mean? Well he is an addict so we know he has fancied a holier odor before And now his mind is peacefully resting too consumed with these familiar visions to care about his old agitations Simply he is really high and he feels really goodLet's talk about how that stanza is connected with this one eleventh The pleasant scents the narrator imagines are the holy odors of Annie This is the first time in the poem Annie is mentioned She is holding him bathing in many a dream of the truth and the beauty of Annie—drowned in a bath of the tresses of Annie This is yet again another reference to water It is the peak of the narrator's high just before he falls asleep The laudanum has completely taken over his mind drowned in a bath of the tresses of Annie Now this is where the meaning of the word Puritan becomes clear Remember it is a reference to the spiritual Puritan is just referring to purity or purify The word purity comes from late Latin puritas which comes from Latin purus meaning pure The word purify comes from Latin purificare meaning to make pure The poem says drowned in a bath of the tresses of Annie This is the narrator's spiritual bath baptism to purify his soulspirit This pertains to the Feast of the Purification of the Virgin Mary Virgin Mary is mentioned later in the poem This feast celebrates Mary submitting herself to the Temple for ritual purification To complete the purification Joseph and Mary gave Jesus to the Temple for his redemption In the Temple Luke 225 38 they met with Simeon and a prophetess named Anna In Luke 240 it says And the child grew and waxed strong in spirit filled with wisdom and the grace of God was upon him But we must remember the water he is bathing in is from the Underworld The ninth stanza says My tantalized spirit here blandly reposes The truth and beauty of Annie is God's grace but it is only a dream a fancyThe narrator at this point falls asleep These next two stanzas twelfth and thirteenth are fascinating They are written in the past tense and the narrator no longer mentions his spirit Is this a mistake? It certainly is not This is the most clever part of the poem Let's look at it like thisAnd so it lies happily      Bathing in manyA dream of the truth      And the beauty of Annie—Drowned in a bath      Of the tresses of AnnieHe falls asleepHe wakes up and his first thoughts areShe tenderly kissed me She fondly caressedAnd then I fell gently      To sleep on her breast—Deeply to sleep      From the heaven of her breastWhen the light was extinguished      She covered me warmAnd she prayed to the angels      To keep me from harm—To the ueen of the angels      To shield me from harmThis is what he is thinking when he wakes up She tenderly kissed me she fondly caressed and then I fell gently to sleep rest on her breast Gently resting his head on her breast and being covered in her hair drowned in a bath of the tresses of Annie was the last thought going through his mind before he went to sleep FELL FROM her breast to SLEEP DEEPLY Look at how the poem says gently to sleep on then deeply to sleep from To get a better understanding let's look at these side by side like thisSORRY I CAN'T SPACE THESE OUTAnd so it lies happily She tenderly kissed me      Bathing in many She fondly caressedA dream of the truth And then I fell gently       And the beauty of Annie— To sleep on her breast— Drowned in a bath Deeply to sleep       Of the tresses of Annie From the heaven of her breast Sleeping When the light was extinguished she covered me warm In the thirteenth stanza the narrator is thinking about how Annie's kindness has made him comfortable warm He feels as if he is wrapped in a blanket His ritual purification is over Coleridge wrote I was seduced into the ACCURSED Habit ritual ignorantly She prayed to the angels to keep me from harm He imagines that Annie prayed to keep him from sin and to shield him from physicalmental pain The ueen of the angels ueen of Heaven is Virgin MaryNow we are at the fourteenth stanza This is a variation of the third He is resting contentedly He is satisfied now because he has gotten his love his desire his Passion his Annie The poem says her love is at his breast He is holding the bottle of laudanum to his chest He also thinks you fancy me dead— you shudder to look at me thinking me dead Why does he think this? Well someone has just walked into his room They are staring at him thinking him dead But he is not dead fifteenth stanza But my heart it is brighter than all of the many stars in the sky Why is his heart brighter than all of the many stars in the sky? It glows with the thought of the light of the eyes of my Annie What thought would that be? You guessed it She tenderly kissed me She fondly caressedAnd then I fell gently      To sleep on her breast—Deeply to sleep      From the heaven of her breastThe drug gives the narrator a feeling of absolute happiness—a heavenly bliss He is happy and satisfied at the end of the poem because he got what he desired He is grateful he got his Annie But remember it is a Passion accurst When he is with Annie he is in Heaven When he is not with Annie he descends into the Underworld feverishly searching for her We can think of the whole poem like this The narrator ingests laudanum He lies down His withdrawal symptoms cease He reaches the peak of his high Annie He falls asleep He wakes up Someone walks into his room and thinks he is dead because he is not moving But he is not dead He is thinking of the laudanum vision he had just before he fell asleep He is happy I want to mention something about the twelfth stanza It could have been influenced by the Pietà The Pietà is a sculpture by Michelangelo Buonarroti that depicts Mary holding Jesus in her lap after he was crucified The sculpture does not show any signs of suffering The Passion on his face In fact Jesus looks like he is peacefully sleeping This could have been where Poe got the idea of Annie holding the narrator who appears to be dead The fourteenth stanza could have been influenced by Coleridge's introduction to Kubla Khan After waking from an opium influenced dream he began writing the poem until he was interrupted by someone This is similar to someone walking in the room and thinking he is dead And I lie so composedly now in my bed knowing her love that you fancy me deadI will now briefly talk about an earlier publication of this poem and some words that Poe changed One significant change is the phrase Glory accurst This is worth mentioning because the word glory can mean several things—absolute happiness or satisfaction the bliss of Heaven or great praise This is interesting because the word laudanum either comes from Latin ladanum meaning a gum resin or it comes from Latin laudere meaning to praise Perhaps it is a combination of both? Remember the letter Coleridge wrote to his brother God be praised the matter has been absorbed; and I am now recovering apace Another change I will mention is at the end of the poem It glows with the light of the love of my Annie In an earlier publication the word fire is used instead of light This might have been another reference to the Phlegethon river Also the word phlegethon lowercase can mean a fiery lightThe progression of the poem could have been influenced by the Pietà prayer book There is a prayer that one prays while burning a blessed candle These candles help keep troubles away Let's look at it like thisJesus Christ a King of Glory has come in Peace The narrator ingests laudanumChrist suffered The narrator suffered from withdrawal symptomsChrist diedThe narrator appears to be deadChrist rose from the deadThe narrator is not deadChrist ascended into HeavenThe narrator's mind ascends to HeavenChrist conuersThe narrator's crisis is conuered He is satisfiedIt ends with Holy Immortal God Have mercy on us Amen Annie gracemercy prayed to keep the narrator from harmBut the narrator has fallen from grace We know what's going to happen nextSo again what is this poem about? A laudanum addict N M Sandella


  8. says:

    Wonderful grasp on rhyme and rhythmegThe moaning and groaningThe sighing and sobbingAre uieted nowWith that horrible throbbingAt heart—ah that horribleHorrible throbbingThe sickness—the nausea—The pitiless pain—Have ceased with the feverThat maddened my brain—With the fever called Living That burned in my brain


  9. says:

    385 And the fever called Living is conuered at last Another interesting take on life and death In For Annie Poe makes the case that living is a disease that he is cured of after death That he glows brighter with the love of Annie by him


  10. says:

    There are so many reasons to love Edgar Allan Poe and 'For Annie' is one of them