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A Letter is a joy of Earth -- It is denied the Gods --
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A little overflowing word That any, hearing, had inferred For Ardor or for Tears, Though Generations pass away, Traditions ripen and decay, As eloquent appears --
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A Moth the hue of this Haunts Candles in Brazil. Nature's Experience would make Our Reddest Second pale. Nature is fond, I sometimes think, Of Trinkets, as a Girl.
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A Pang is more conspicuous in Spring In contrast with the things that sing Not Birds entirely -- but Minds -- Minute Effulgencies and Winds -- When what they sung for is undone Who cares about a Blue Bird's Tune -- Why, Resurrection had to wait Till they had moved a Stone --
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A Pit -- but Heaven over it -- And Heaven beside, and Heaven abroad, And yet a Pit -- With Heaven over it. To stir would be to slip -- To look would be to drop -- To dream -- to sap the Prop That holds my chances up. Ah! Pit! With Heaven over it! The depth is all my thought -- I dare not ask my feet -- 'Twould start us where we sit So straight you'd scarce suspect It was a Pit -- with fathoms under it -- Its Circuit just the same. Seed -- summer -- tomb -- Whose Doom to whom?
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A science -- so the Savants say, "Comparative Anatomy" -- By which a single bone -- Is made a secret to unfold Of some rare tenant of the mold, Else perished in the stone -- So to the eye prospective led, This meekest flower of the mead Upon a winter's day, Stands representative in gold Of Rose and Lily, manifold, And countless Butterfly!
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A Sloop of Amber slips away Upon an Ether Sea, And wrecks in Peace a Purple Tar, The Son of Ecstasy --
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A soft Sea washed around the House A Sea of Summer Air And rose and fell the magic Planks That sailed without a care -- For Captain was the Butterfly For Helmsman was the Bee And an entire universe For the delighted crew.
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A Spider sewed at Night Without a Light Upon an Arc of White. If Ruff it was of Dame Or Shroud of Gnome Himself himself inform. Of Immortality His Strategy Was Physiognomy.
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Above Oblivion's Tide there is a Pier And an effaceless "Few" are lifted there -- Nay -- lift themselves -- Fame has no Arms -- And but one smile -- that meagres Balms --
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Absence disembodies -- so does Death Hiding individuals from the Earth Superposition helps, as well as love -- Tenderness decreases as we prove --
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Ah, Moon -- and Star! You are very far -- But were no one Farther than you -- Do you think I'd stop For a Firmament -- Or a Cubit -- or so? I could borrow a Bonnet Of the Lark -- And a Chamois' Silver Boot -- And a stirrup of an Antelope -- And be with you -- Tonight! But, Moon, and Star, Though you're very far -- There is one -- farther than you -- He -- is more than a firmament -- from Me -- So I can never go!
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All I may, if small, Do it not display Larger for the Totalness -- 'Tis Economy To bestow a World And withhold a Star -- Utmost, is Munificence -- Less, tho' larger, poor.
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All men for Honor hardest work But are not known to earn -- Paid after they have ceased to work In Infamy or Urn --
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All things swept sole away This -- is immensity --
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An antiquated Grace Becomes that cherished Face As well as prime Enjoining us to part We and our pouting Heart Good friends with time
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Apology for Her Be rendered by the Bee -- Herself, without a Parliament Apology for Me.
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Arrows enamored of his Heart -- Forgot to rankle there And Venoms he mistook for Balms disdained to rankle there --
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Artists wrestled here! Lo, a tint Cashmere! Lo, a Rose! Student of the Year! For the easel here Say Repose!
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As Everywhere of Silver With Ropes of Sand To keep it from effacing The Track called Land.
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As if the Sea should part And show a further Sea -- And that -- a further -- and the Three But a presumption be -- Of Periods of Seas -- Unvisited of Shores -- Themselves the Verge of Seas to be -- Eternity -- is Those --
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As subtle as tomorrow That never came, A warrant, a conviction, Yet but a name.
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As we pass Houses musing slow If they be occupied So minds pass minds If they be occupied
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As willing lid o'er weary eye The Evening on the Day leans Till of all our nature's House Remains but Balcony
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Aurora is the effort Of the Celestial Face Unconsciousness of Perfectness To simulate, to Us.
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Autumn -- overlooked my Knitting -- Dyes -- said He -- have I -- Could disparage a Flamingo -- Show Me them -- said I -- Cochineal -- I chose -- for deeming It resemble Thee -- And the little Border -- Dusker -- For resembling Me --
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Away from Home are some and I -- An Emigrant to be In a Metropolis of Homes Is easy, possibly -- The Habit of a Foreign Sky We -- difficult -- acquire As Children, who remain in Face The more their Feet retire.
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Back from the cordial Grave I drag thee He shall not take thy Hand Nor put his spacious arm around thee That none can understand
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