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The Single Hound, LXXVI by Emily Dickinson
TOO cold is this To warm with sun, Too stiff to bended be, To joint this agate were a feat Outstaring masonry. How went the agile kernel out— Contusion of the husk, Nor rip, nor wrinkle indicate,— But just an Asterisk.