The Mountain sat upon the Plain
In his tremendous Chair —
His observation omnifold,
His inquest, everywhere —

The Seasons played around his knees
Like Children round a sire —
Grandfather of the Days is He
Of Dawn, the Ancestor —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The Mountain sat upon the Plain

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