My Maker — let me be
Enamored most of thee —
But nearer this
I more should miss —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem My Maker — let me be

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  1. Bob Ewell says:

    If i had a nickel for evrytime i saw a short poem like that i would have 2 nickels, one from hear the other from that least river poem

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