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The Heart has many Doors— Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 22

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The Heart has many Doors—
I can but knock—
For any sweet "Come in"
Impelled to hark—
Not saddened by repulse,
Repast to me
That somewhere, there exists,
Supremacy—

Edited by Peter Carter

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