The most triumphant Bird I ever knew or met

The most triumphant Bird I ever knew or met
Embarked upon a twig today
And till Dominion set
I famish to behold so eminent a sight
And sang for nothing scrutable
But intimate Delight.
Retired, and resumed his transitive Estate —
To what delicious Accident
Does finest Glory fit!

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The most triumphant Bird I ever knew or met

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