“Morning” — means “Milking” — to the Farmer

“Morning” — means “Milking” — to the Farmer —
Dawn — to the Teneriffe —
Dice — to the Maid —
Morning means just Risk — to the Lover —
Just revelation — to the Beloved —

Epicures — date a Breakfast — by it —
Brides — an Apocalypse —
Worlds — a Flood —
Faint-going Lives — Their Lapse from Sighing —
Faith — The Experiment of Our Lord

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem “Morning” — means “Milking” — to the Farmer

1 Comment

  1. frumpo says:

    How mornings are spent by different people–some in mundane routines, some in cataclysmic events.

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