The most important population
Unnoticed dwell,
They have a heaven each instant
Not any hell.

Their names, unless you know them,
‘Twere useless tell.
Of bumble-bees and other nations
The grass is full.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The most important population

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