Upon Concluded Lives
There’s nothing cooler falls —
Than Life’s sweet Calculations —
The mixing Bells and Palls —

Make Lacerating Tune —
To Ears the Dying Side —
‘Tis Coronal — and Funeral —
Saluting — in the Road —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Upon Concluded Lives

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