I fear a Man of frugal Speech —
I fear a Silent Man —
Haranguer — I can overtake —
Or Babbler — entertain —

But He who weigheth — While the Rest —
Expend their furthest pound —
Of this Man — I am wary —
I fear that He is Grand —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem I fear a Man of frugal Speech —

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  1. Tiffany says:

    YOUR POEM IS VERY UNDERSTANDING, ANYONE COULD RELATE TO IT, I KNOW I DO. BUT I DON’T THINK YOU WERE FINISHED WITH THE THAUGHT.

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