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One need not be a Chamber—to be Haunted Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 40

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One need not be a Chamber—to be Haunted—
One need not be a House—
The Brain has Corridors—surpassing
Material Place—

Far safer, of a Midnight Meeting
External Ghost
Than its interior Confronting—
That Cooler Host.

Far safer, through an Abbey gallop,
The Stones a'chase—
Than Unarmed, one's a'self encounter—
In lonesome Place—

Ourself behind ourself, concealed—
Should startle most—
Assassin hid in our Apartment
Be Horror's least.

The Body—borrows a Revolver—
He bolts the Door—
O'erlooking a superior spectre—
Or More—

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One need not be a chamber to be haunted
one need not be a house
the brain has corridors surpassing
material place
this means that your mind is more likely to be haunted than any other place. To put it in simplest terms something you\'ve done can keep you awake at night. That is more likely to haunt you than a ghost.
Far safer, of a Midnight Meeting
External Ghost
Than its interior Confronting—
That Cooler Host.
it is safer for you to meet an actual ghost than it is for you to look into your own mind. This can also be taken as a time-frame. at midnight you are usually in your bed alone left with no one but yourself and therefore you are left to think about who you are.
Far safer, through an Abbey gallop,
The Stones a\'chase—
Than Unarmed, one\'s a\'self encounter—
In lonesome Place—
This one was one of my favorites because it translates into something short and not so sweet. \"I would rather be stoned to death than face who i am and my mistakes.\"
Ourself behind ourself, concealed—
Should startle most—
Assassin hid in our Apartment
Be Horror\'s least.
This is kind of interesting it means that we all wear a mask. We do things to hide our weakness and lock away who we really are. And your own mind is more a danger to you than someone trying to kill you.
The Body—borrows a Revolver—
He bolts the Door—
O\'erlooking a superior spectre—
Or More—
This can be translated a few ways. One the person thinking is either locking away his thoughts and shutting them out. Or he is locking him self in with them and ready to face them.

| Posted on 2011-02-12 | by a guest




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