Bless God, he went as soldiers,
His musket on his breast —
Grant God, he charge the bravest
Of all the martial blest!

Please God, might I behold him
In epauletted white —
I should not fear the foe then —
I should not fear the fight!

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Bless God, he went as soldiers,

1 Comment

  1. diana birch says:

    i think that it is a good poem for a family that has a family member in the war or has fought in a war.

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