When The Astronomer Stops Seeking - Poem by Emily Dickinson
When the Astronomer stops seeking
For his Pleiad's Face—
When the lone British Lady
Forsakes the Arctic Race
When to his Covenant Needle
The Sailor doubting turns—
It will be amply early
To ask what treason means.
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