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Emily Dickinson - Have any like Myself

Have any like Myself
Investigating March,
New Houses on the Hill descried --
And possibly a Church --

That were not, We are sure --
As lately as the Snow --
And are Today -- if We exist --
Though how may this be so?

Have any like Myself
Conjectured Who may be
The Occupants of the Adobes --
So easy to the Sky --

'Twould seem that God should be
The nearest Neighbor to --
And Heaven -- a convenient Grace
For Show, or Company --

Have any like Myself
Preserved the Charm secure
By shunning carefully the Place
All Seasons of the Year,

Excepting March -- 'Tis then
My Villages be seen --
And possibly a Steeple --
Not afterward -- by Men --

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Poet: Emily Dickinson
Poem: 736. Have any like Myself
Volume: Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson
Year: Published/Written in 1955
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