The Devil — had he fidelity
Would be the best friend —
Because he has ability —
But Devils cannot mend —
Perfidy is the virtue
That would but he resign
The Devil — without question
Were thoroughly divine

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The Devil — had he fidelity

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