Because He loves Her
We will pry and see if she is fair
What difference is on her Face
From Features others wear.

It will not harm her magic pace
That we so far behind —
Her Distances propitiate
As Forests touch the Wind

Not hoping for his notice vast
But nearer to adore
‘Tis Glory’s far sufficiency
That makes our trying poor.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Because He loves Her

3 Comments

  1. Tabitha says:

    Dickinsons words are filled with burning emotion. She was truly a great writer whose words had so much depth and meaning to them.

  2. shel says:

    i think shes saying that if someone loves another leave be thier emotions and let the hart reign free

  3. CHANTEL says:

    I REALY FELT THAT POEM IT WAS GOOD AND RELATED TO HER STORIES

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