Because my Brook is fluent
I know ’tis dry —
Because my Brook is silent
It is the Sea —

And startled at its rising
I try to flee
To where the Strong assure me
Is “no more Sea” —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Because my Brook is fluent

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