Emily Dickinson: Fascicle 16

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Poem 10 (J 608: 1862/1890)

1:
Afraid! Of whom am I afraid?
2:
Not Death for who is He ?
Not death ; for who is he ?
Not death ; for who is he ?
Not Death for who is He ?
3:
The Porter of my Father's Lodge
The porter of my father's lodge
The porter of my father's lodge
The Porter of my Father's Lodge
4:
As much abasheth me !
As much abasheth me .
As much abasheth me .
As much abasheth me !
5:
Of Life ? 'Twere odd I fear thing
Of life ? 'Twere odd I fear a thing
Of life ? 'Twere odd I fear a thing
Of Life ? 'Twere odd I fear [a] thing
6:
That comprehendeth me
7:
In one or two more— Existences
In one or more existences
In one or more existences
In one or two existences
8:
Just as the case may beAs Deity decree
At Deity's decree .
At Deity's decree .
As Deity decree
9:
Of Resurrection ? Is the East
Of resurrection ? Is the east
Of resurrection ? Is the east
Of Resurrection ? Is the East
10:
Afraid to trust the Morn
Afraid to trust the morn
Afraid to trust the morn
Afraid to trust the Morn
11:
With her fastidious forehead?
12:
As soon impeach my Crown !
As soon impeach my crown !
As soon impeach my crown !
As soon impeach my Crown !
Afraid! Of whom am I afraid? Not Death—for who is He? The Porter of my Father's Lodge The Porter of my Father's Lodge As much abasheth me! Of Life? 'Twere odd I fear thing In one or two existences— Just as the case may be— In one or more—existences Of Resurrection? Is the East Of Resurrection? Is the East Afraid to trust the Morn As soon impeach my Crown! As Deity decree—
Original Dickinson: Afraid! Of whom am I afraid? Original Dickinson: Not Death—for who is He? Original Dickinson: The Porter of my Father's Lodge Original Dickinson: The Porter of my Father's Lodge Original Dickinson: As much abasheth me! Original Dickinson: Of Life? 'Twere odd I fear thing Original Dickinson: In one or two existences— OR In one or more—existences Original Dickinson: Just as the case may be— OR As Deity decree— Original Dickinson: Of Resurrection? Is the East Original Dickinson: Of Resurrection? Is the East Original Dickinson: Afraid to trust the Morn Original Dickinson: As soon impeach my Crown!
Original Dickinson: Afraid! Of whom am I afraid? Original Dickinson: Not Death—for who is He? Original Dickinson: The Porter of my Father's Lodge Original Dickinson: The Porter of my Father's Lodge Original Dickinson: As much abasheth me! Original Dickinson: Of Life? 'Twere odd I fear thing Original Dickinson: In one or two existences— OR In one or more—existences Original Dickinson: Just as the case may be— OR As Deity decree— Original Dickinson: Of Resurrection? Is the East Original Dickinson: Of Resurrection? Is the East Original Dickinson: Afraid to trust the Morn Original Dickinson: As soon impeach my Crown!
Original Dickinson: Afraid! Of whom am I afraid? Original Dickinson: Not Death—for who is He? Original Dickinson: The Porter of my Father's Lodge Original Dickinson: The Porter of my Father's Lodge Original Dickinson: As much abasheth me! Original Dickinson: Of Life? 'Twere odd I fear thing Original Dickinson: In one or two existences— OR In one or more—existences Original Dickinson: Just as the case may be— OR As Deity decree— Original Dickinson: Of Resurrection? Is the East Original Dickinson: Of Resurrection? Is the East Original Dickinson: Afraid to trust the Morn Original Dickinson: As soon impeach my Crown!