To mend each tattered Faith
There is a needle fair
Though no appearance indicate —
‘Tis threaded in the Air —

And though it do not wear
As if it never Tore
‘Tis very comfortable indeed
And spacious as before —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem To mend each tattered Faith

1 Comment

  1. Garret Ferguson says:

    Deeply moving

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