‘Twas fighting for his Life he was —

‘Twas fighting for his Life he was —
That sort accomplish well —
The Ordnance of Vitality
Is frugal of its Ball.

It aims once — kills once — conquers once —
There is no second War
In that Campaign inscrutable
Of the Interior.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem ‘Twas fighting for his Life he was —

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