The going from a world we know
To one a wonder still
Is like the child’s adversity
Whose vista is a hill,
Behind the hill is sorcery
And everything unknown,
But will the secret compensate
For climbing it alone?

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The going from a world we know

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  1. Frere Jacque says:

    When I first come to America I read Emily Dickinson. She help me through hard times when I learn English. I really inspired by her poems. This make me love America more.

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