The rainbow never tells me
That gust and storm are by,
Yet is she more convincing
Than Philosophy.

My flowers turn from Forums —
Yet eloquent declare
What Cato couldn’t prove me
Except the birds were here!

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The rainbow never tells me

4 Comments

  1. Joselyn says:

    Emily Dickinson you are a great poet.Im looking at some of your poems because i have to do a poet project for my english class.

  2. Cameron Riera says:

    Emily Dickinson is a great poet!! Right Now I’m doing her for my poet project for English she is really good to!!!! I think it’s really sad that she never new that she became famous. Oh, well, I got to get back to research!!!

  3. sarah says:

    very well written

  4. alex says:

    I think this poem is very well written.It expresses the true meaning of a rainbow.

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