Volcanoes be in Sicily
And South America
I judge from my Geography —
Volcanos nearer here
A Lava step at any time
Am I inclined to climb —
A Crater I may contemplate
Vesuvius at Home.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Volcanoes be in Sicily

1 Comment

  1. Vivian Devarajulu says:

    It is too long and too much decscription
    by Vivian Tahnkyou very much

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