The Summer that we did not prize,

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The Summer that we did not prize,
Her treasures were so easy
Instructs us by departing now
And recognition lazy —

Bestirs itself — puts on its Coat,
And scans with fatal promptness
For Trains that moment out of sight,
Unconscious of his smartness.


Poetry by Emily Dickinson (edit list):
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