None who saw it ever told it
‘Tis as hid as Death
Had for that specific treasure
A departing breath —
Surfaces may be invested
Did the Diamond grow
General as the Dandelion
Would you serve it so?

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem None who saw it ever told it

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