She goes into detail about how alone she feels in her world, and how she sees no possible change in her future. It is singing and trying to forget the entrapped situation for the time being.
And feel no broken-hearted again. However, this poem does serve cultural significance even without Dunbar's use of dialect.
He brings the parallel to a close by describing how the normally enjoyable sounds of the first bird whistling in the morning and the first flower bud opening to let loose its sweet scent are to one trapped inside not so much enjoyable, but a part of the experience of losing freedom.
The second stanza mentions the bird clanging his wings against the bars until it bleeds. This is why Paul Laurence Dunbar 's poem "Sympathy" is so instructive. She crying to lost him.
The winter support the situation, when her broken-hearted winter is coming and snow was fall down.