The Sun went down — no Man looked on —

The Sun went down — no Man looked on —
The Earth and I, alone,
Were present at the Majesty —
He triumphed, and went on —

The Sun went up — no Man looked on —
The Earth and I and One
A nameless Bird — a Stranger
Were Witness for the Crown —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem The Sun went down — no Man looked on —

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