The Popular Heart is a Cannon first —

The Popular Heart is a Cannon first —
Subsequent a Drum —
Bells for an Auxiliary
And an Afterward of Rum —

Not a Tomorrow to know its name
Nor a Past to stare —
Ditches for Realms and a Trip to Jail
For a Souvenir —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The Popular Heart is a Cannon first —

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  1. mina says:

    some body help me.I need the analesis of this poem. HELP

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