A first Mute Coming —
In the Stranger’s House —
A first fair Going —
When the Bells rejoice —

A first Exchange — of
What hath mingled — been —
For Lot — exhibited to
Faith — alone —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem A first Mute Coming —

1 Comment

  1. Benjamin Treviño says:

    I get the sense of experiencing something for the first time, but something also withheld. Why, Emily?

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