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Extol thee—could I? Then I will Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 23

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Some one prepared this mighty show
To which without a Ticket go
The nations and the Days—

Displayed before the simplest Door
That all may witness it and more,
The pomp of summer Days.


Edited by Peter Carter

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