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A Poem by Emily Dickinson : A still—Volcano—Life

A still—Volcano—Life A still—Volcano—Life— That flickered in the night— When it was dark enough to do Without erasing sight— A quiet—Earthquake Style— Too subtle to suspect By natures this side Naples— The North cannot detect The Solemn—Torrid—Symbol— The lips that ...

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A Poem by Emily Dickinson : Abraham to Kill Him

Abraham to Kill Him Abraham to kill him Was distinctly told— Isaac was an Urchin— Abraham was old— Not a hesitation— Abraham complied— Flattered by Obeisance Tyranny demurred— Isaac—to his children Lived to tell the tale— Moral—with a mastiff Manners ...

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A Poem by Emily Dickinson : A Visitor in Marl

A Visitor in Marl A Visitor in Marl— Who influences Flowers— Till they are orderly as Busts— And Elegant—as Glass— Who visits in the Night— And just before the Sun— Concludes his glistening interview— Caresses—and is gone— But whom his ...

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