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Emily Dickinson - Bereaved of all, I went abroad --

Bereaved of all, I went abroad --
No less bereaved was I
Upon a New Peninsula --
The Grave preceded me --

Obtained my Lodgings, ere myself --
And when I sought my Bed --
The Grave it was reposed upon
The Pillow for my Head --

I waked to find it first awake --
I rose -- It followed me --
I tried to drop it in the Crowd --
To lose it in the Sea --

In Cups of artificial Drowse
To steep its shape away --
The Grave -- was finished -- but the Spade
Remained in Memory --

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Poet: Emily Dickinson
Poem: 784. Bereaved of all, I went abroad --
Volume: Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson
Year: Published/Written in 1955
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