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The Wind—tapped like a tired Man Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 37

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The Wind—tapped like a tired Man—

And like a Host—"Come in"

I boldly answered—entered then

My Residence within



A Rapid—footless Guest—

To offer whom a Chair

Were as impossible as hand

A Sofa to the Air—



No Bone had He to bind Him—

His Speech was like the Push

Of numerous Humming Birds at once

From a superior Bush—



His Countenance—a Billow—

His Fingers, as He passed

Let go a music—as of tunes

Blown tremulous in Glass—



He visited—still flitting—

Then like a timid Man

Again, He tapped—'twas flurriedly—

And I became alone—








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The Wind—tapped like a tired Man—
And like a Host—"Come in"
I boldly answered—entered then
My Residence within
A Rapid—footless Guest—
To offer whom a Chair
Were as impossible as hand
A Sofa to the Air—
No Bone had He to bind Him—
His Speech was like the Push
Of numerous Humming Birds at once
From a superior Bush—
His Countenance—a Billow—
His Fingers, as He passed
Let go a music—as of tunes
Blown tremulous in Glass—
He visited—still flitting—
Then like a timid Man
Again, He tapped—'twas flurriedly—
And I became alone—

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