By Chivalries as tiny,
A Blossom, or a Book,
The seeds of smiles are planted —
Which blossom in the dark.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem By Chivalries as tiny,


  1. frumpo says:

    A tiny gift will bring someone pleasure later when they need it.

  2. Taylor says:

    What truth without censorship! Dickenson is unashamed and unabashadly unexplanatory about the simple nature between a new couple

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