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Who occupies this House? Analysis



Author: Poetry of Emily Dickinson Type: Poetry Views: 261

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Who occupies this House?

A Stranger I must judge

Since No one know His Circumstance-

'Tis well the name and ageAre writ upon the Door

Or I should fear to pause

Where not so much as Honest Dog

Approach encourages.It seems a curious Town-

Some Houses very old,

Some-newly raised this Afternoon,

Were I compelled to buildIt should not be among

Inhabitants so still

But where the Birds assemble

And Boys were possible.Before Myself was born

'Twas settled, so they say,

A Territory for the Ghosts-

And Squirrels, formerly.Until a Pioneer, as

Settlers often do

Liking the quiet of the Place

Attracted more unto-And from a Settlement

A Capital has grown

Distinguished for the gravity

Of every Citizen.The Owner of this House

A Stranger He must be-

Eternity's Acquaintances

Are mostly so-to me.






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