If I could tell how glad I was
I should not be so glad —
But when I cannot make the Force,
Nor mould it into Word,
I know it is a sign
That new Dilemna be
From mathematics further off
Than for Eternity.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem If I could tell how glad I was

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