Emily Dickinson

Morns Like These we Parted

poem 27

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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