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Let down the Bars, Oh Death- Analysis



Author: Poetry of Emily Dickinson Type: Poetry Views: 303

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Let down the Bars, Oh Death-

The tired Flocks come in

Whose bleating ceases to repeat

Whose wandering is done-Thine is the stillest night

Thine the securest Fold

Too near Thou art for seeking Thee

Too tender, to be told.





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