I like to see it lap the Miles
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I like to see it lap the Miles, by EMily Dickinson
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What literary device is "punctual as a star"?
In the highlighted text, horrid, hooting is an example of
If something is "supercilious," then it is
How many stanzas does this poem have? How do you know?
Which of these is not part of the setting of the poem?
Now that you've read the poem, please take an educated guess at what Dickinson is writing about. List at least two words or phrases that support your answer.
This poem is a bit of a riddle. The subject of the poem (referred to as "it" in the first stanza) is never directly revealed. See if there are clues suggesting what "it" is as you read on...