She staked her Feathers — Gained an Arc —

She staked her Feathers — Gained an Arc —
Debated — Rose again —
This time — beyond the estimate
Of Envy, or of Men —

And now, among Circumference —
Her steady Boat be seen —
At home — among the Billows — As
The Bough where she was born —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem She staked her Feathers — Gained an Arc —

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