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It strikes me that the meaning of the poem is geared towards life.
Use of "Night" and "Morning" is reserved to actually account about "Dark"
and "Light", so good and bad. As particularly interesting use in the poem
is ED's use of the word "Blank" in lines 3 and 4.
The blank is for us to input our own blisses and scorns.
(Noting that stars were used for navigation in the 1800's) Line 5's use of
the stars really talks about how people get lost occasionally in the dark.
The "mist" in line 7 would really be an obscuring fog during even the good
times. It is always possible to be led astray by obsfucation or
But alas, the end line provides hope to us, as ever and anon another day
will begin, another sun will rise, and life will move on...
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