“And with what body do they come?” —

“And with what body do they come?” —
Then they do come — Rejoice!
What Door — What Hour — Run — run — My Soul!
Illuminate the House!

“Body!” Then real — a Face and Eyes —
To know that it is them!
Paul knew the Man that knew the News —
He passed through Bethlehem —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem “And with what body do they come?” —

3 Comments

  1. alexandra says:

    this poem touched the basis of the meaning of life && complety touched me

  2. Lauren says:

    This poem is so wonderful it shows so much great emotion! I love Emily Dickinson!

  3. daddy says:

    this is a wonderful poem it takes a lot of skills to write things like that. I am doing a project on emily dickinson and this poem helped me out alot

    thanks,
    danny

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