Emily Dickinson

It Troubled Me As Once I Was

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It troubled me as once I was For I was once a Child Concluding how an Atom fell And yet the Heavens held The Heavens weighed the most by far Yet Blue and solid stood Without a Bolt that I could prove Would Giants understand? Life set me larger problems Some I shall keep to solve Till Algebra is easier Or simpler proved above Then too&m dash;be comprehended What sorer puzzled me Why Heaven did not break away And tumble Blue on me

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