Safe Despair it is that raves —
Agony is frugal.
Puts itself severe away
For its own perusal.

Garrisoned no Soul can be
In the Front of Trouble —
Love is one, not aggregate —
Nor is Dying double —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Safe Despair it is that raves —

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