The second line is “The Carriage held but just Ourselves / and Immortality”(3-4). The author emphasizes Carriage, Ourselves, and Immortality. she make more specific and more important and also strengthened relationship between the speaker and death as she is on the way to eternal life( an afterlife). . she begins death’s journey with a slow, forward movement, which can be seen as she writes, “We slowly drove, / He knew no haste / and i put way u labour and My leisure too / for his civility”. She describies the by saying death didnt speed or hurry up and she has given up worriers( work) and joys( leisutur) of life in exchange for his graciouness.