Alter! When the Hills do —
Falter! When the Sun
Question if His Glory
Be the Perfect One —

Surfeit! When the Daffodil
Doth of the Dew —
Even as Herself — Sir —
I will — of You —

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2 Comments

  1. 苏苏 says:

    This poem is about love. she will love the one she loved just like the sunset and sunrise which will never stop

  2. angela says:

    Throughout this poem Emily Dickinson seems to connect her love for someone with nature.
    does anyone agree or have any other ideas?

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