The Manner of its Death

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The Manner of its Death
When Certain it must die —
'Tis deemed a privilege to choose —
'Twas Major Andre's Way —

When Choice of Life — is past —
There yet remains a Love
Its little Fate to stipulate —

How small in those who live —

The Miracle to tease
With Bable of the styles —
How "they are Dying mostly — now" —
And Customs at "St. James"!


Poetry by Emily Dickinson (edit list):
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