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Those cattle smaller than a Bee

Emily Dickinson

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Those cattle smaller than a Bee
That herd upon the eye—
Whose tillage is the passing Crumb—
Those Cattle are the Fly—
Of Barns for Winter—blameless—
Extemporaneous stalls
They found to our objection—
On eligible walls—
Reserving the presumption
To suddenly descend
And gallop on the Furniture—
Or odiouser offend—
Of their peculiar calling
Unqualified to judge
To Nature we remand them
To justify or scourge—

Edited by Peter Carter

Added: 2 Apr 2003 | Last Read: 23 Oct 2018 1:01 AM | Viewed: 6778 times

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