‘Twould ease — a Butterfly —
Elate — a Bee —
Thou’rt neither —
Neither — thy capacity —

But, Blossom, were I,
I would rather be
Thy moment
Than a Bee’s Eternity —

Content of fading
Is enough for me —
Fade I unto Divinity —

And Dying — Lifetime —
Ample as the Eye —
Her least attention raise on me —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem ‘Twould ease — a Butterfly —

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