What does the use of the words “orchard” and “dome” suggest? that the speaker believes that faith can be glimpsed only in the natural world that the speaker’s innocence allows her to view religion as an extension of nature that the speaker is able to see and feel her faith in everything that surrounds her that the speaker only feels close to her faith when she is enjoying the world of nature
The correct answer is C.
In the poem "Some Keep The Sabbath Going To Church," Dickinson seeks to convey the idea that it is not necessary to be at a physical church to worship God.
She expresses that, for her, an "orchard" can be the same as a church's "dome," because she feels her faith in everything that surrounds her.
if this isnt a true or false than they have equal amount of importants