Suspense — is Hostiler than Death —

Suspense — is Hostiler than Death —
Death — tho’soever Broad,
Is Just Death, and cannot increase —
Suspense — does not conclude —

But perishes — to live anew —
But just anew to die —
Annihilation — plated fresh
With Immortality —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Suspense — is Hostiler than Death —

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