Departed — to the Judgment —
A Mighty Afternoon —
Great Clouds — like Ushers — learning —
Creation — looking on —

The Flesh — Surrendered — Cancelled —
The Bodiless — begun —
Two Worlds — like Audiences — disperse —
And leave the Soul — alone —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Departed — to the Judgment —

2 Comments

  1. Light says:

    Personally, I love all of Emily’s works (those I have read). This poem is no exception. The decription and imagery her writtings conjure are truely incredible.

    Excellent Job yet again Emily (and yes I am aware she is not among the mortal, Check out “She died- this was the way she died”

  2. Light says:

    Personally, I love all of Emily’s works (those I have read). This poem is no exception. The decription and imagery her writtings conjure are truely incredible.

    Excellent Job yet again Emily (and yes I am aware she is not among the mortal, Check out “She died- this was the way she died”

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