On my volcano grows the Grass
A meditative spot —
An acre for a Bird to choose
Would be the General thought —

How red the Fire rocks below —
How insecure the sod
Did I disclose
Would populate with awe my solitude.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem On my volcano grows the Grass

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