Death Is Not Stop For Death By Emily Dickinson

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Death in Rebirth In this poetic exploration Because I Could Not Stop for Death by Emily Dickinson; the assumption of accepting death has been the ultimate interpretation of this poem. Clarification/evidence has given readers an idea that death is unavoidable and that eternal darkness is what awaits after death. Some might say death is a sinister man who only takes your life out of spite, but others would object and lure other pears to be optimistic to the true meaning of death. In a different perspective Dickinson’s poem could be understood as “rebirth”. Death being a blessing, as a result of an awakening to an afterlife, “new beginning”. Depicting this poem many interpretations can lead to many different ideas. The strategic poem Dickinson wrote allows you to appreciate her examination of death as a positive outlook. The mental illustration of the poem is early sunrise as if Dickinson is about to start her day. As she goes on she clarifies a visit from death is at her door step. “The Carriage held but just Ourselves-“that sentence alone makes viewers picture some kind of journey about to take place, somewhat as if it were the beginning of a reincarnation, or as a detour ride of her life. Dickinson goes on to explain that she is onboarding a “carriage” some could interpret this as the last day on earth “judgment day”; “from his presence earth and sky fled away, and no place was found for them. And I saw the dead, great and small, standing before the throne, and books were…
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