God permits industrious Angels —
Afternoons — to play —
I met one — forgot my Schoolmates —
All — for Him — straightway —
God calls home — the Angels — promptly —
At the Setting Sun —
I missed mine — how dreary — Marbles —
After playing Crown!

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem God permits industrious Angels


  1. frumpo says:

    The daytime is full of wonders, but most do not appreciate it.

  2. yosnem says:

    it was cool and very depressing she must have wanted to die

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