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The Trees like Tassels—hit—and swung Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 22



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The Trees like Tassels—hit—and swung—

There seemed to rise a Tune

From Miniature Creatures

Accompanying the Sun—



Far Psalteries of Summer—

Enamoring the Ear

They never yet did satisfy—

Remotest—when most fair



The Sun shone whole at intervals—

Then Half—then utter hid—

As if Himself were optional

And had Estates of Cloud



Sufficient to enfold Him

Eternally from view—

Except it were a whim of His

To let the Orchards grow—



A Bird sat careless on the fence—

One gossipped in the Lane

On silver matters charmed a Snake

Just winding round a Stone—



Bright Flowers slit a Calyx

And soared upon a Stem

Like Hindered Flags—Sweet hoisted—

With Spices—in the Hem—



'Twas more—I cannot mention—

How mean—to those that see—

Vandyke's Delineation

Of Nature's—Summer Day!






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This poem by emily describes a summer day and also tells how the Sun appears and disappears behind the clouds who are so many in numbers that can enfold the sun till eternity. But the whimsical sun comes out at times to do the duty as to help the orchards grow, the birds and snakes and many other lives to sustain.

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