What is the charasterizes the tone for the poem "Oranges"?

What is the charasterizes the tone for the poem "Oranges"?

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Only if you plant it in a pot and take it indoors in the winter.....many dwarf varities would work well for you...

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I was curious about your question, so I checked the Internet to find an answer, but there apparently isn't a way to can them.

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I don't know of anything modern, but Emily Dickenson wrote a poem about her house burning & what was actually important. Can't recall the name (sorry) but it was considered quite radical at the time. since it delt with worldly goods vs. entirely God. God's in there--but she ponders her home.

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The poem is "Notting Hill Polka," by W. Bridges-Adam. The line goes, "An' we've put the tin | What the Arsenic's in | At the bottom of the Ser-pen-tine!" You can read it at the bottom of this page: http://books.google.com/books?id=VAsbwi-Zba0C&pg=PA43&lpg=PA43