None can experience sting
Who Bounty — have not known —
The fact of Famine — could not be
Except for Fact of Corn —

Want — is a meagre Art
Acquired by Reverse —
The Poverty that was not Wealth —
Cannot be Indigence.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem None can experience sting

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