The Sky is low
by Emily Dickinson

The Sky is lowEdit

John Everett Millais - Blow Blow Thou Winter Wind - Google Art Project

Blow, Blow Thou Winter Wind, by John Everett Millais (1829-1896), 1892. Courtesy Google Art Project and Wikimedia Commons.

The Sky is low –
the Clouds are mean.
A Travelling Flake
of Snow
Across a Barn
or through a Rut
Debates if it will go –

A Narrow Wind
complains all Day
How some one treated
Nature, like Us
is sometimes caught
Without her
Diadem –

"The Sky Is Low, The Clouds Are Mean," by Emily Dickinson00:30

"The Sky Is Low, The Clouds Are Mean," by Emily Dickinson

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