When the Astronomer stops seeking

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When the Astronomer stops seeking by Emily Dickinson
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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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