Crisis is sweet and yet the Heart
Upon the hither side
Has Dowers of Prospective
To Denizens denied

Inquire of the closing Rose
Which rapture she preferred
And she will point you sighing
To her rescinded Bud.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Crisis is sweet and yet the Heart

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