Like Some Old fashioned Miracle

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Like Some Old fashioned Miracle by Emily Dickinson
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Like Some Old fashioned Miracle
When Summertime is done —
Seems Summer's Recollection
And the Affairs of June

As infinite Tradition
As Cinderella's Bays —
Or Little John — of Lincoln Green —
Or Blue Beard's Galleries —

Her Bees have a fictitious Hum —
Her Blossoms, like a Dream —
Elate us — till we almost weep —
So plausible — they seem —

Her Memories like Strains — Review —
When Orchestra is dumb —
The Violin in Baize replaced —
And Ear — and Heaven — numb —


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