Tag: As Imperceptibly As Grief


A Short Analysis of Emily Dickinson’s ‘As imperceptibly as grief’

‘As imperceptibly as grief’ describes the passing of summer, which happens so slowly and subtly that it is almost missed. But this isn’t necessarily a bad thing: it happens ‘as imperceptibly as Grief’, suggesting that something is coming to a close but brighter times are just coming into view. An […]