Apparently With No Surprise

Apparently with no surprise,
To any happy flower,
The frost beheads it at its play,
In accidental power.
The blond assassin passes on.
The sun proceeds unmoved,
To measure off another day,
For an approving God.

by Emily Dickinson

Comments (6)

Beautiful simile for silence, for in silence we find peace within ourselves and silence avoids confrontation - no wonder the Rose reigns as Queen of the garden
i agree with C. P. Sharma, you must be good with songsinging.
You sing so well the superb poetry of their silence. Really ecstatic. CP
awesome poeeem <3333...
A beautiful simile for silence. In the language of flowers, this one speaks without sound. Warm regards, Sandra
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