I know Suspense — it steps so terse
And turns so weak away —
Besides — Suspense is neighborly
When I am riding by —

Is always at the Window
Though lately I descry
And mention to my Horses
The need is not of me —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem I know Suspense — it steps so terse

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