Whole Gulfs — of Red, and Fleets — of Red —

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Whole Gulfs — of Red, and Fleets — of Red — by Emily Dickinson
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Whole Gulfs — of Red, and Fleets — of Red —
And Crews — of solid Blood —
Did place upon the West — Tonight —
As 'twere specific Ground —

And They — appointed Creatures —
In Authorized Arrays —
Due — promptly — as a Drama —
That bows — and disappears —


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