Emily Dickinson

To Hear An Oriole Sing

poem 526

To hear an Oriole sing May be a common thing Or only a divine. It is not of the Bird Who sings the same, unheard, As unto Crowd The Fashion of the Ear Attireth that it hear In Dun, or fair So whether it be Rune, Or whether it be none Is of within. The Tune is in the Tree The Skeptic showeth me No Sir! In Thee!

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