At least — to pray — is left — is left —

At least — to pray — is left — is left —
Oh Jesus — in the Air —
I know not which thy chamber is —
I’m knocking — everywhere —

Thou settest Earthquake in the South —
And Maelstrom, in the Sea —
Say, Jesus Christ of Nazareth —
Hast thou no Arm for Me?

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem At least — to pray — is left — is left —

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