Unable are the Loved to die
For Love is Immortality,
Nay, it is Deity —

Unable they that love — to die
For Love reforms Vitality
Into Divinity.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Unable are the Loved to die


  1. Cherea says:

    True that love never dies. It is the essence of all relationship. In this, those who love and are loved shall never die.

  2. Liz Ramos says:

    I love this poem, I think its so beautiful and it such a good portrayal of how strong and enduring love really is. Emily Dickinson has a great choice of words in this poem

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