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Morns like these-we parted Analysis



Author: Poetry of Emily Dickinson Type: Poetry Views: 208

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Morns like these-we parted-

Noons like these-she rose-

Fluttering first-then firmer

To her fair repose.Never did she lisp it-

It was not for me-

She-was mute from transport-

I-from agony-Till-the evening nearing

One the curtains drew-

Quick! A Sharper rustling!

And this linnet flew!






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