After the Sun comes out
How it alters the World —
Waggons like messengers hurry about
Yesterday is old —

All men meet as if
Each foreclosed a news —
Fresh as a Cargo from Batize
Nature’s qualities —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem After the Sun comes out

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