I’ve got an arrow here.
Loving the hand that sent it
I the dart revere.

Fell, they will say, in “skirmish”!
Vanquished, my soul will know
By but a simple arrow
Sped by an archer’s bow.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem I’ve got an arrow here.

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  1. english class says:

    Emily dickinson rules!

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