Twice had Summer her fair Verdure
Proffered to the Plain —
Twice a Winter’s silver Fracture
On the Rivers been —

Two full Autumns for the Squirrel
Bounteous prepared —
Nature, Had’st thou not a Berry
For thy wandering Bird?

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Twice had Summer her fair Verdure

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