Her spirit rose to such a height
Her countenance it did inflate
Like one that fed on awe.
More prudent to assault the dawn
Than merit the ethereal scorn
That effervesced from her.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Her spirit rose to such a height

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