Two — were immortal twice —
The privilege of few —
Eternity — obtained — in Time —
Reversed Divinity —

That our ignoble Eyes
The quality conceive
Of Paradise superlative —
Through their Comparative.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Two — were immortal twice —

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