Never for Society
He shall seek in vain —
Who His own acquaintance
Cultivate — Of Men
Wiser Men may weary —
But the Man within

Never knew Satiety —
Better entertain
Than could Border Ballad —
Or Biscayan Hymn —
Neither introduction
Need You — unto Him —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Never for Society

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  1. shawta sexii says:

    i like dis poem its really nice!

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