Summer has two Beginnings —
Beginning once in June —
Beginning in October
Affectingly again —

Without, perhaps, the Riot
But graphicker for Grace —
As finer is a going
Than a remaining Face —

Departing then — forever —
Forever — until May —
Forever is deciduous
Except to those who die —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Summer has two Beginnings —

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