Not that he goes — we love him more
Who led us while he stayed.
Beyond earth’s trafficking frontier,
For what he moved, he made.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Not that he goes — we love him more


  1. tim says:

    This poem can only be a tribute to God’s one son, Jesus the Christ. He came, he led, He sacrificed for, for it was we He made.

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