Emily Dickinson

Amherst / Massachusetts
Emily Dickinson
Amherst / Massachusetts
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A Narrow Fellow In The Grass

Rating: 3.1
A narrow fellow in the grass
Occasionally rides;
You may have met him,--did you not,
His notice sudden is.

The grass divides as with a comb,
A spotted shaft is seen;
And then it closes at your feet
And opens further on.
He likes a boggy acre,
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COMMENTS
Scooby 08 October 2018
Its actually ridiculous
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Indira Renganathan 06 November 2016
some reptile left for us to guess.....nature is bountiful....lots to admire..great write- 10
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Sally Mckenna 12 August 2016
What is meant by the "narrow fellow"?
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* Sunprincess * 23 May 2016
.....an exemplary write, beautifully penned ?
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Angelina Holmes 05 May 2014
nature is always beautiful.
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Jane Calamity 18 May 2012
You may have met him, -did you not, and A floor too cool for corn. are fantastic lines.
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Cathy Coates 10 February 2008
This is often one of the first Dickinson poems introduced to children, and of course, it is memorable.
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