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


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
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
The Orchard when the Sun is on mdashB
The Triumph of the BirdsG
When they together Victory make mdashB
Some Carnivals of Clouds mdashB
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
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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