A prompt — executive Bird is the Jay —

A prompt — executive Bird is the Jay —
Bold as a Bailiff’s Hymn —
Brittle and Brief in quality —
Warrant in every line —

Sitting a Bough like a Brigadier
Confident and straight —
Much is the mien of him in March
As a Magistrate —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem A prompt — executive Bird is the Jay —

1 Comment

  1. Tommy Weiss says:

    There was a reason her poems did not recieve any recognition during her lifetime, this poem shows why. It sucks. A lot. This is possibly the biggest offence against Engilsh ever crafted.

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