I could die — to know —
‘Tis a trifling knowledge —
News-Boys salute the Door —
Carts — joggle by —
Morning’s bold face — stares in the window —
Were but mine — the Charter of the least Fly —

Houses hunch the House
With their Brick Shoulders —
Coals — from a Rolling Load — rattle — how — near —
To the very Square — His foot is passing —
Possibly, this moment —
While I — dream — Here —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem I could die — to know —

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