How firm Eternity must look
To crumbling men like me
The only Adamant Estate
In all Identity —

How mighty to the insecure
Thy Physiognomy
To whom not any Face cohere —
Unless concealed in thee

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem How firm Eternity must look

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