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Not any more to be lacked—

Emily Dickinson

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Not any more to be lacked—
Not any more to be known—
Denizen of Significance
For a span so worn—

Even Nature herself
Has forgot it is there—
Sedulous of her Multitudes
Notwithstanding Despair—

Of the Ones that pursued it
Suing it not to go
Some have solaced the longing
To accompany—

Some—rescinded the Wrench—
Others—Shall I say
Plated the residue of Adz
With Monotony.

Edited by Peter Carter

Added: 2 Apr 2003 | Last Read: 17 Jul 2018 5:14 AM | Viewed: 6986 times

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