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I've heard an Organ talk, sometimes Analysis



Author: Poetry of Emily Dickinson Type: Poetry Views: 266

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I've heard an Organ talk, sometimes

In a Cathedral Aisle,

And understood no word it said-

Yet held my breath, the while-And risen up-and gone away,

A more Berdardine Girl-

Yet-know not what was done to me

In that old Chapel Aisle.






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