I know of people in the Grave
Who would be very glad
To know the news I know tonight
If they the chance had had.

‘Tis this expands the least event
And swells the scantest deed —
My right to walk upon the Earth
If they this moment had.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem I know of people in the Grave

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