Frigid and sweet Her parting Face —
Frigid and fleet my Feet —
Alien and vain whatever Clime
Acrid whatever Fate.

Given to me without the Suit
Riches and Name and Realm —
Who was She to withhold from me
Penury and Home?

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Frigid and sweet Her parting Face —

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