A narrow Fellow in the Grass
by Emily Dickinson
A narrow Fellow in the Grass Religion Quotes
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A narrow Fellow in the Grass (1)
It’s never clear who or what this fellow actually is about, and he remains a mysterious, hidden, and potentially evil figure like the “Fellow” that we meet in line 21.
When a Boy and Barefoot (11)
Barefoot is a form of nakedness (no word on whether the speaker was wearing a fig leaf) that is associated with freedom and innocence, as opposed to shame and fear.