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"Tomorrow"—whose location Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 18

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"Tomorrow"—whose location

The Wise deceives

Though its hallucination

Is last that leaves—

Tomorrow—thou Retriever

Of every tare—

Of Alibi art thou

Or ownest where?



Edited by Peter Carter






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