My Heart ran so to thee
It would not wait for me
And I affronted grew
And drew away

For whatsoe’er my pace
He first achieve they Face
How general a Grace
Allotted two —

Not in malignity
Mentioned I this to thee —
Had he obliquity
Soonest to share
But for the Greed of him —
Boasting my Premium —
Basking in Bethleem
Ere I be there —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem My Heart ran so to thee

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  1. innocentsin says:

    i really like this poem. it reminds me of my bf…i luv u aj!

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