So the Eyes accost — and sunder
In an Audience —
Stamped — occasionally — forever —
So may Countenance

Entertain — without addressing
Countenance of One
In a Neighboring Horizon —
Gone — as soon as known —

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem So the Eyes accost — and sunder

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