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Ashes denote that Fire was— Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 15

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Ashes denote that Fire was—
Revere the Grayest Pile
For the Departed Creature's sake
That hovered there awhile—

Fire exists the first in light
And then consolidates
Only the Chemist can disclose
Into what Carbonates.

Edited by Peter Carter

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