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I could die to know

I could die to know

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



Poem I could die to know - Emily Dickinson