Mine — by the Right of the White Election!

Mine — by the Right of the White Election!
Mine — by the Royal Seal!
Mine — by the Sign in the Scarlet prison —
Bars — cannot conceal!

Mine — here — in Vision — and in Veto!
Mine — by the Grave’s Repeal —
Tilted — Confirmed —
Delirious Charter!
Mine — long as Ages steal!

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Mine — by the Right of the White Election!

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