Its little Ether Hood
Doth sit upon its Head —
The millinery supple
Of the sagacious God —

Till when it slip away
A nothing at a time —
And Dandelion’s Drama
Expires in a stem.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Its little Ether Hood

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