I’d rather recollect a setting
Than own a rising sun
Though one is beautiful forgetting —
And true the other one.

Because in going is a Drama
Staying cannot confer
To die divinely once a Twilight —
Than wane is easier —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem I’d rather recollect a setting

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