Best Things dwell out of Sight
The Pearl — the Just — Our Thought.

Most shun the Public Air
Legitimate, and Rare —

The Capsule of the Wind
The Capsule of the Mind

Exhibit here, as doth a Burr —
Germ’s Germ be where?

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem Best Things dwell out of Sight

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