Conjecturing a Climate
Of unsuspended Suns —
Adds poignancy to Winter —
The Shivering Fancy turns

To a fictitious Country
To palliate a Cold —
Not obviated of Degree —
Nor erased — of Latitude —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Conjecturing a Climate

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  1. yann rolland says:

    i like so much the unsuspended suns.Gush this girl has a talent…I understand that life depends on so many circumstances and the Earth is so fragile…

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