Not any more to be lacked —
Not any more to be known —
Denizen of Significance
For a span so worn —

Even Nature herself
Has forgot it is there —
Sedulous of her Multitudes
Notwithstanding Despair —

Of the Ones that pursued it
Suing it not to go
Some have solaced the longing
To accompany —

Some — rescinded the Wrench —
Others — Shall I say
Plated the residue of Adz
With Monotony.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Not any more to be lacked —

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