The Sea said “Come” to the Brook —

The Sea said “Come” to the Brook —
The Brook said “Let me grow” —
The Sea said “Then you will be a Sea —
I want a Brook — Come now”!

The Sea said “Go” to the Sea —
The Sea said “I am he
You cherished” — “Learned Waters —
Wisdom is stale — to Me”

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The Sea said “Come” to the Brook —

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