Moreover, her increased obsession with the topic of death is reflected by her isolation that made her see death as the only companion. The society has affected how she viewed the world and death in a way that she never feared dying.
Notably, the idea of timelessness in eternal life comes out through the fact that the poem’s speaker passes a place when the setting sun rather than a place when the setting sun passes in the following stanza in “Because I Could Not Stopped for Death”:
We passed the Setting Sun -
Or rather - He passed us -
In a confined society, Emily Dickinson believes that the state of mind of the society and different religion has brought along different perspective towards death and the life after death. Dickinson poems give the society a new attitude and vision towards death by adapting a fresh implication of death. Dickinson gives the audience a new realm to create their own elucidations about death depending on their respective societies and religion. Although not appreciated throughout her lifetime, her poem continues to impress and influence society after her