Where Roses would not dare to go,
What Heart would risk the way —
And so I send my Crimson Scouts
To sound the Enemy —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Where Roses would not dare to go,

1 Comment

  1. leanne says:

    the poem is so short, yet it is beautiful and lovely. Emily Dickinson was a wonderful poet. We all should admire her.

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