Remembrance has a Rear and Front —
‘Tis something like a House —
It has a Garret also
For Refuse and the Mouse.

Besides the deepest Cellar
That ever Mason laid —
Look to it by its Fathoms
Ourselves be not pursued —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Remembrance has a Rear and Front —

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