Just as He spoke it from his Hands
This Edifice remain —
A Turret more, a Turret less
Dishonor his Design —

According as his skill prefer
It perish, or endure —
Content, soe’er, it ornament
His absent character.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Just as He spoke it from his Hands

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