I Never Saw A Moor Analysis Essay

295 Words2 Pages
"I Never Saw a Moor" is a simple and short poem by Emily Dickinson, that represents a powerful message about faith. Dickinson says in the poem that despite the fact that she has not talk to God or see heaven, she knows they exist. In this poem the speaker appears to have a strong faith. She goes on to express a confidence in the reality of these places, even though she has never seen the personally.

“I Never Saw A Moor” is a poem that consists of eight lines and two stanzas, four lines per stanza. Dickinson uses alliteration and repetition as sound devices throughout the poem. The poet repeats "I never," three times in the poem. She uses alliteration when she writes "I never saw the sea.", "Yet know I how the Heather looks,", "And what a
Open Document