The Daisy follows soft the Sun —
And when his golden walk is done —
Sits shyly at his feet —
He — waking — finds the flower there —
Wherefore — Marauder — art thou here?
Because, Sir, love is sweet!

We are the Flower — Thou the Sun!
Forgive us, if as days decline —
We nearer steal to Thee!
Enamored of the parting West —
The peace — the flight — the Amethyst —
Night’s possibility!

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The Daisy follows soft the Sun

1 Comment

  1. frumpo says:

    We are like flowers; God is like the sun. As our life progresses, we become more interested in heaven.

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