So from the mould
Scarlet and Gold
Many a Bulb will rise —
Hidden away, cunningly, From sagacious eyes.

So from Cocoon
Many a Worm
Leap so Highland gay,
Peasants like me,
Peasants like Thee
Gaze perplexedly!

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem So from the mould

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  1. santas little helper says:

    this poem doesnt make any sence but i have to memorize it for english only because its short…the only thing that makes sense is a cocoon and a worm because they are both insects!

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