There comes an hour when begging stops,

There comes an hour when begging stops,
When the long interceding lips
Perceive their prayer is vain.
“Thou shalt not” is a kinder sword
Than from a disappointing God
“Disciple, call again.”

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem There comes an hour when begging stops,

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