As Everywhere of Silver
With Ropes of Sand
To keep it from effacing
The Track called Land.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem As Everywhere of Silver


  1. Laurence Chott says:

    An, not As.

  2. Roxy says:

    It is describing the sea; which looks like silver and is bordered by sand to keep the sea from wiping-out the land.

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