Recollect the Face of me
When in thy Felicity,
Due in Paradise today
Guest of mine assuredly —

Other Courtesies have been —
Other Courtesy may be —
We commend ourselves to thee
Paragon of Chivalry.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Recollect the Face of me

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