“Faithful to the end” Amended
From the Heavenly Clause —
Constancy with a Proviso
Constancy abhors —

“Crowns of Life” are servile Prizes
To the stately Heart,
Given for the Giving, solely,
No Emolument.

“Faithful to the end” Amended
From the Heavenly clause —
Lucrative indeed the offer
But the Heart withdraws —

“I will give” the base Proviso —
Spare Your “Crown of Life” —
Those it fits, too fair to wear it —
Try it on Yourself —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem “Faithful to the end” Amended

1 Comment

  1. Ivelisse Correa says:

    Emily Dickinson inspires me in lots of ways.You can tell this poem is coming from inside her heart and she knows how to express her feeling very well.

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