To undertake is to achieve
Be Undertaking blent
With fortitude of obstacle
And toward encouragement

That fine Suspicion, Natures must
Permitted to revere
Departed Standards and the few
Criterion Sources here

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem To undertake is to achieve

1 Comment

  1. shannon says:

    didnt like the poem one bit. . .i dont get it really. . . its a little stupid if you ask me

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