Uncertain lease — develops lustre
On Time
Uncertain Grasp, appreciation
Of Sum —

The shorter Fate — is oftener the chiefest
Inheritors upon a tenure
Prize —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Uncertain lease — develops lustre

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  1. ciel says:

    First time i read this poem, but its really nice…
    i guess what it speaks of in general are the positions in life, wiether spiritual mental or material posetions, those positions are apprecialted differently depending on the manner u posses them in…
    things that u have as a lease in life become beautiful in ur eyes and u comfort in them until u wish to own them because u have come to appreciate their value by not fully being able to own them…
    and things that u know u have for a short time u will appreciate the most because value always comes on what u have when u have it.

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