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The constant repetition of the fly reminds the reader of the decay occurring. Also, the delivery process lends to the obscurity of the heart of the su... ... middle of paper ... ... as imagery to depict the overwhelming sinking of the mind, from the outside world to that in the mental one. The mental breakdown is imminent even as the reader follows the funeral procession and the “burying” of the narrator. The definition of death is reassessed and reimagined as the poem exposes more and more of the narrator’s path. These two poems of Dickinson depict the different ideas of death, even by the author herself.