Come show thy Durham Breast
To her who loves thee best,
Delicious Robin —
And if it be not me
At least within my Tree
Do the avowing —
Thy Nuptial so minute
Perhaps is more astute
Than vaster suing —
For so to soar away
Is our propensity
The Day ensuing —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Come show thy Durham Breast

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