Emily Dickinson: Fascicle 6

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Poem 4 (J 127: 1830-1886)

1:
Houses So the Wise Men tell me
Houses so the Wise Men tell me
Houses, so the wise men tell me ,
2:
Mansions ! Mansions must be warm !
Mansions ! Mansions must be warm !
Mansions ! Mansions must be warm ,
3:
Mansions cannot let the tears in,
Mansions cannot let the tears in,
Mansions cannot let the tears in,
4:
Mansions must Exclude the storm !
Mansions must exclude the storm !
Mansions must exclude the storm .
5:
Many Mansions, by his Father,
Many Mansions, by his Father,
Many mansions by His Father
6:
I dont know him ; snugly built !
I don't know him ; snugly built !
I don't know him snugly built .
7:
Could the children find the way there
Could the Children find the way there
Could the children find the way there
8:
Some , would Even trudge tonight!
Some , would even trudge tonight!
Some would even trudge tonight!
Image Map for Original Poem 4 'Houses'— So the Wise Men tell me— 'Houses'— So the Wise Men tell me— 'Houses'— So the Wise Men tell me— 'Houses'— So the Wise Men tell me— 'Mansions'! Mansions must be warm! 'Mansions'! Mansions must be warm! Mansions must Exclude the storm! Mansions must Exclude the storm! 'Many Mansions', by 'his Father', 'Many Mansions', by 'his Father', I dont know him; snugly built! I dont know him; snugly built! I dont know him; snugly built! I dont know him; snugly built! Could the children find the way there— Could the children find the way there— Some, would Even trudge tonight! Some, would Even trudge tonight!
Image Map for Bolts of Melody: New Poems of Emily Dickinson, Poem 4 Original Dickinson: 'Houses'— So the Wise Men tell me— Original Dickinson: 'Houses'— So the Wise Men tell me— Original Dickinson: 'Houses'— So the Wise Men tell me— Original Dickinson: 'Houses'— So the Wise Men tell me— Original Dickinson: 'Mansions'! Mansions must be warm! Original Dickinson: 'Mansions'! Mansions must be warm! Original Dickinson: Mansions must Exclude the storm! Original Dickinson: Mansions must Exclude the storm! Original Dickinson: 'Many Mansions', by 'his Father', Original Dickinson: 'Many Mansions', by 'his Father', Original Dickinson: I dont know him; snugly built! Original Dickinson: I dont know him; snugly built! Original Dickinson: I dont know him; snugly built! Original Dickinson: I dont know him; snugly built! Original Dickinson: Could the children find the way there— Original Dickinson: Could the children find the way there— Original Dickinson: Some, would Even trudge tonight! Original Dickinson: Some, would Even trudge tonight!
Image Map for Complete Poems of Poem 4 Original Dickinson: 'Houses'— So the Wise Men tell me— Original Dickinson: 'Houses'— So the Wise Men tell me— Original Dickinson: 'Houses'— So the Wise Men tell me— Original Dickinson: 'Houses'— So the Wise Men tell me— Original Dickinson: 'Mansions'! Mansions must be warm! Original Dickinson: 'Mansions'! Mansions must be warm! Original Dickinson: Mansions must Exclude the storm! Original Dickinson: Mansions must Exclude the storm! Original Dickinson: 'Many Mansions', by 'his Father', Original Dickinson: 'Many Mansions', by 'his Father', Original Dickinson: I dont know him; snugly built! Original Dickinson: I dont know him; snugly built! Original Dickinson: I dont know him; snugly built! Original Dickinson: I dont know him; snugly built! Original Dickinson: Could the children find the way there— Original Dickinson: Could the children find the way there— Original Dickinson: Some, would Even trudge tonight! Original Dickinson: Some, would Even trudge tonight!