Forever honored by the Tree
Whose Apple Winterworn
Enticed to Breakfast from the Sky
Two Gabriels Yestermorn.

They registered in Nature’s Book
As Robins — Sire and Son —
But Angels have that modest way
To screen them from Renown.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Forever honored by the Tree

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