The Lady feeds Her little Bird
At rarer intervals —
The little Bird would not dissent
But meekly recognize

The Gulf between the Hand and Her
And crumbless and afar
And fainting, on Her yellow Knee
Fall softly, and adore —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The Lady feeds Her little Bird

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