The Voice that stands for Floods to me
Is sterile borne to some —
The Face that makes the Morning mean
Glows impotent on them —

What difference in Substance lies
That what is Sum to me
By other Financiers be deemed
Exclusive Property!

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The Voice that stands for Floods to me


  1. Big Poppa says:

    ayo this poem be maaaddd hot

  2. pamela says:

    no fears. dont realise the voice is for all to see.its strong in beliefs and hurt in the heart.will be remembered,loved and understood only after death.

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