The Color of a Queen, is this —
The Color of a Sun
At setting — this and Amber —
Beryl — and this, at Noon —

And when at night — Auroran widths
Fling suddenly on men —
‘Tis this — and Witchcraft — nature keeps
A Rank — for Iodine —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The Color of a Queen, is this —

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