The Missing All — prevented Me
From missing minor Things.
If nothing larger than a World’s
Departure from a Hinge —
Or Sun’s extinction, be observed —
‘Twas not so large that I
Could lift my Forehead from my work
For Curiosity.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The Missing All — prevented Me

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