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The first Day's Night had come Analysis



Author: Poetry of Emily Dickinson Type: Poetry Views: 259

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The first Day's Night had come-

And grateful that a thing

So terrible-had been endured-

I told my Soul to sing-She said her Strings were snapt-

Her Bow-to Atoms blown-

And so to mend her-gave me work

Until another Morn-And then-a Day as huge

As Yesterdays in pairs,

Unrolled its horror in my face-

Until it blocked my eyes-My Brain-begun to laugh-

I mumbled-like a fool-

And tho' 'tis Years ago-that Day-

My Brain keeps giggling-still.And Something's odd-within-

That person that I was-

And this One-do not feel the same-

Could it be Madness-this?






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