Summer laid her simple Hat
On its boundless Shelf —
Unobserved — a Ribbon slipt,
Snatch it for yourself.

Summer laid her supple Glove
In its sylvan Drawer —
Wheresoe’er, or was she —
The demand of Awe?

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Summer laid her simple Hat

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