The Work of Her that went,
The Toil of Fellows done —
In Ovens green our Mother bakes,
By Fires of the Sun.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The Work of Her that went,

2 Comments

  1. oyster cracker says:

    this poem is so short

  2. Racoon Mere says:

    Now, in Winter, Nature doesn’t seem to work anymore.
    But what a great work has Nature accomplished!
    – From spring to fall, it was able to wind up as much work as numerous men;
    It is incredible how much food it was able to produce from grass, from trees!
    Yes, her working power is just unbelievable!
    For all the warm seasons, she bakes for us like a mother in her “Ovens green”
    Helped by the Sun who kindles her fire.

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