To help our Bleaker Parts
Salubrious Hours are given
Which if they do not fir for Earth
Drill silently for Heaven —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem To help our Bleaker Parts

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  1. hahyon-jon says:

    maybe……

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    To help our Bleaker Parts
    Salubrious Hours are given
    Which if they do not fir for Earth
    Drill silently for Heaven —

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