There’s the Battle of Burgoyne —
Over, every Day,
By the Time that Man and Beast
Put their work away
“Sunset” sounds majestic —
But that solemn War
Could you comprehend it
You would chastened stare —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem There’s the Battle of Burgoyne —

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