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Summer—we all have seen—

Emily Dickinson

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Summer—we all have seen—
A few of us—believed—
A few—the more aspiring
Unquestionably loved—

But Summer does not care—
She goes her spacious way
As eligible as the moon
To our Temerity—

The Doom to be adored—
The Affluence conferred—
Unknown as to an Ecstasy
The Embryo endowed—

Edited by Peter Carter

Added: 2 Apr 2003 | Last Read: 16 Jul 2018 6:46 AM | Viewed: 7377 times

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