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We see -- Comparatively -- by Emily Dickinson
We see -- Comparatively --
The Thing so towering high
We could not grasp its segment
Unaided -- Yesterday --

This Morning's finer Verdict --
Makes scarcely worth the toil --
A furrow -- Our Cordillera --
Our Apennine -- a Knoll --

Perhaps 'tis kindly -- done us --
The Anguish -- and the loss --
The wrenching -- for His Firmament
The Thing belonged to us --

To spare these Striding Spirits
Some Morning of Chagrin --
The waking in a Gnat's -- embrace --
Our Giants -- further on --
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