"heaven" Has Different Signs—to Me Poem Rhyme Scheme and Analysis

Rhyme Scheme: A BCBD EBFB BGBB BBHB BIBB

A
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Heaven has different Signs mdash to me mdashB
Sometimes I think that NoonC
Is but a symbol of the Place mdashB
And when again at DawnD
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A mighty look runs round the WorldE
And settles in the Hills mdashB
An Awe if it should be like thatF
Upon the Ignorance steals mdashB
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The Orchard when the Sun is on mdashB
The Triumph of the BirdsG
When they together Victory make mdashB
Some Carnivals of Clouds mdashB
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The Rapture of a finished Day mdashB
Returning to the West mdashB
All these mdash remind us of the placeH
That Men call paradise mdashB
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Itself be fairer mdash we suppose mdashB
But how Ourself shall beI
Adorned for a Superior Grace mdashB
Not yet our eyes can see mdashB

Emily Dickinson



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