The Trees Like Tassels-hit-and Swung Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: A BCDE FGHI JKLM NOPQ RSTU VWXW EYEZ

A
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The Trees like Tassels hit and swungB
There seemed to rise a TuneC
From Miniature CreaturesD
Accompanying the SunE
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Far Psalteries of SummerF
Enamoring the EarG
They never yet did satisfyH
Remotest when most fairI
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The Sun shone whole at intervalsJ
Then Half then utter hidK
As if Himself were optionalL
And had Estates of CloudM
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Sufficient to enfold HimN
Eternally from viewO
Except it were a whim of HisP
To let the Orchards growQ
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A Bird sat careless on the fenceR
One gossipped in the LaneS
On silver matters charmed a SnakeT
Just winding round a StoneU
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Bright Flowers slit a CalyxV
And soared upon a StemW
Like Hindered Flags Sweet hoistedX
With Spices in the HemW
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'Twas more I cannot mentionE
How mean to those that seeY
Vandyke's DelineationE
Of Nature's Summer DayZ

Emily Dickinson



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