So much Summer
Me for showing
Illegitimate —
Would a Smile’s minute bestowing
Too exorbitant

To the Lady
With the Guinea
Look — if She should know
Crumb of Mine
A Robin’s Larder
Would suffice to stow —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem So much Summer

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