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Emily Dickinson

Amherst / Massachusetts
Monday, May 14, 2001

I Breathed Enough To Learn The Trick,

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I breathed enough to learn the trick,
And now, removed from air,
I simulate the breath so well,
That one, to be quite sure

The lungs are stirless, must descend
Among the cunning cells,
And touch the pantomime himself.
How cool the bellows feels!
Emily Dickinson
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Tapan M. Saren 23 April 2017
Ki kobita re eta.......! Fatafati...!
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Makala Kuhle 11 November 2011
My breathing soul un-rested, never learning how. And when I try to test it, it never works now. Whenever i'm around him, I can't speak a word. For when I am around him, my breath stalls in my world.
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