Winter is good — his Hoar Delights
Italic flavor yield
To Intellects inebriate
With Summer, or the World —

Generic as a Quarry
And hearty — as a Rose —
Invited with Asperity
But welcome when he goes.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Winter is good — his Hoar Delights

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