Low at my problem bending,
Another problem comes —
Larger than mine — Serener —
Involving statelier sums.

I check my busy pencil,
My figures file away.
Wherefore, my baffled fingers
They perplexity?

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Low at my problem bending,

1 Comment

  1. megan robertson says:

    i love the poem itself and how the peom is written.

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