The Sun in reigning to the West
Makes not as much of sound
As Cart of man in road below
Adroitly turning round
That Whiffletree of Amethyst

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The Sun in reigning to the West

4 Comments

  1. paris says:

    cool poem. I know what you mean. I like cheese too. Plus I also like me. later.

  2. paris says:

    cool poem. I see what you mean. I like cheese too. later.

  3. daniel says:

    this poem is so moving and it touched my heart it also got me the ladies all night

  4. Meg says:

    It has a few words but is very moving.

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