Light is sufficient to itself —
If Others want to see
It can be had on Window Panes
Some Hours in the Day.

But not for Compensation —
It holds as large a Glow
To Squirrel in the Himmaleh
Precisely, as to you.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Light is sufficient to itself —

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