In this classic poem by Emily Dickinson, follow the speaker’s encounter with a bird that reveals both its charm and cruelty. Marvel at the poetic language and imagery that capture the bird’s movement and flight.
The poem is a celebration of nature and its beauty, and also a reflection of the poet’s own feelings and emotions. The poet shows her love and appreciation for the laburnum tree, which brightens everyone’s day and fills hearts with joy.
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By Emily Dickinson The Trees like Tassels hit – and – swung –There seemed to rise a TuneFrom Miniature CreaturesAccompanying […]
You ask me why her breath is sweet, and why her cheek is blooming,
It is because the sun is out and birds begin to sing…
“… And then my heart with pleasure fills,
And dances with the daffodils.”