All Circumstances are the Frame
In which His Face is set —
All Latitudes exist for His
Sufficient Continent —

The Light His Action, and the Dark
The Leisure of His Will —
In Him Existence serve or set
A Force illegible.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem All Circumstances are the Frame

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