As if the Sea should part
And show a further Sea —
And that — a further — and the Three
But a presumption be —

Of Periods of Seas —
Unvisited of Shores —
Themselves the Verge of Seas to be —
Eternity — is Those —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem As if the Sea should part

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  1. olivia says:

    what a great poem. i loved it. oo it made me feel joyous and delicate like a new born bug. it made me want to slip into my loincloth and dance. YAYA for emily

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