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He is alive, this morning— Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 16

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He is alive, this morning—
He is alive—and awake—
Birds are resuming for Him—
Blossoms—dress for His Sake.
Bees—to their Loaves of Honey
Add an Amber Crumb
Him—to regale—Me—Only—
Motion, and am dumb.

Edited by Peter Carter

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