Ribbons of the Year —
Multitude Brocade —
Worn to Nature’s Party once

Then, as flung aside
As a faded Bead
Or a Wrinkled Pearl
Who shall charge the Vanity
Of the Maker’s Girl?

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Ribbons of the Year —

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