Emily Dickinson quotes on nature

  When I sound the fairy call, gather here in silent meeiing,<br/>Chin to knee on the orchard wall, cooled with dew and cherries eating.<br/>Merry, merry, take a cherry, mine are sounder, mine are rounder,<br/>Mine are sweeter for the eater, when the dews fall, and you'll be fairies all.  
Emily Dickinson

Quotes by author Emily Dickinson


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