Abraham to kill him —
Was distinctly told —
Isaac was an Urchin —
Abraham was old —

Not a hesitation —
Abraham complied —
Flattered by Obeisance
Tyranny demurred —

Isaac — to his children
Lived to tell the tale —
Moral — with a Mastiff
Manners may prevail.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Abraham to kill him —

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  1. jared k says:

    Can i have season 2 yet?

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