The Day grew small, surrounded tight
By early, stooping Night —
The Afternoon in Evening deep
Its Yellow shortness dropt —
The Winds went out their martial ways
The Leaves obtained excuse —
November hung his Granite Hat
Upon a nail of Plush —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The Day grew small, surrounded tight

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  1. samantha says:

    this poem is the best one that i ever read.

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