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To see the Summer Sky Is Poetry, though never in a Book it lie True Poems flee.

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Oh Sacrament of summer days,
Oh Last Communion in the Haze --
Permit a child to join.
Emily Dickinson

Meanwhile -- Her wheeling King --
Trailed -- slow -- along the Orchards --
His haughty -- spangled Hems --
Leaving a new necessity!
Emily Dickinson

There comes an hour when begging stops,
When the long interceding lips
Perceive their prayer is vain.
Emily Dickinson

Where tired Children placid sleep
Thro' Centuries of noon
This place is Bliss -- this town is Heaven --
Please, Pater, pretty soon!
Emily Dickinson

If I shouldn't be alive When the robins come, Give the one in red cravat A memorial crumb.
Emily Dickinson

Some Rainbow -- coming from the Fair!
Emily Dickinson

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