Dear March - Come in -

from Emily Dickinson – Dear March - Come in - (1320) Lyrics on Rap Genius


As is often true in Dickinson poems, the abstract is personified. Here, March is likened to an old friend coming to visit, and the speaker welcomes her guest warmly.

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