Such is the Force of Happiness —
The Least — can lift a Ton
Assisted by its stimulus —

Who Misery — sustain —
No Sinew can afford —
The Cargo of Themselves —
Too infinite for Consciousness’
Slow capabilities.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Such is the Force of Happiness —

1 Comment

  1. Bruce Knight says:

    True happiness comes from serving others where mighty work is done. The egocentric person carries a burden that slows us and strains us. When we get over ourselves we free ourselves to meet our potential.

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