Too happy Time dissolves itself
And leaves no remnant by —
‘Tis Anguish not a Feather hath
Or too much weight to fly —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Too happy Time dissolves itself


  1. fezz says:

    I think the poem has a strong meaning and sends an interesting message

    • William Huffer says:

      I think you’re very correct. If we could explicate the thought with the same spirit and economy of words in the style she used, then we’d be poets of the same caliber as she was.

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