The Flake the Wind exasperate
More eloquently lie
Than if escorted to its Down
By Arm of Chivalry.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The Flake the Wind exasperate

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  1. Christina Gaddis says:

    I admire how Dickinson loves nature more than the perfect man. It really shows her inner personality

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