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I cried at Pity-not at Pain Analysis



Author: Poetry of Emily Dickinson Type: Poetry Views: 228

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I cried at Pity-not at Pain-

I heard a Woman say

"Poor Child"-and something in her voice

Convicted me-of me-So long I fainted, to myself

It seemed the common way,

And Health, and Laughter, Curious things-

To look at, like a Toy-To sometimes hear "Rich people" buy

And see the Parcel rolled-

And carried, I supposed-to Heaven,

For children, made of Gold-But not to touch, or wish for,

Or think of, with a sigh-

And so and so-had been to me,

Had God willed differently.I wish I knew that Woman's name-

So when she comes this way,

To hold my life, and hold my ears

For fear I hear her sayShe's "sorry I am dead"-again-

Just when the Grave and I-

Have sobbed ourselves almost to sleep,

Our only Lullaby-






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