Emily Dickinson: Fascicle 6

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Poem 15 (J 133: 1830-1886)

1:
As children bid the Guest Good Night
As Children bid the Guest Good Night
As children bid the guest good-night ,
As children bid the guest good-night ,
2:
And then reluctant turn
And then reluctant turn
And then reluctant turn ,
And then reluctant turn ,
3:
My flowers raise their pretty lips
My flowers raise their pretty lips
My flowers raise their pretty lips ,
My flowers raise their pretty lips ,
4:
Then put their nightgowns on.
Then put their nightgowns on.
Then put their nightgowns on.
Then put their nightgowns on.
5:
As children caper when they wake
As children caper when they wake
As children caper when they wake ,
As children caper when they wake ,
6:
Merry that it is morn
Merry that it is Morn
Merry that it is morn ,
Merry that it is morn ,
7:
My flowers from a hundred cribs
My flowers from a hundred cribs
My flowers from a hundred cribs
My flowers from a hundred cribs
8:
Will peep, and prance again.
Will peep, and prance again.
Will peep, and prance again.
Will peep, and prance again.
Image Map for Original Poem 15 As children bid the Guest 'Good Night' As children bid the Guest 'Good Night' As children bid the Guest 'Good Night' As children bid the Guest 'Good Night' And then reluctant turn— My flowers raise their pretty lips— As children caper when they wake Merry that it is morn— Merry that it is morn—
Image Map for Centenary Edition of Poem 15 Original Dickinson: As children bid the Guest 'Good Night' Original Dickinson: As children bid the Guest 'Good Night' Original Dickinson: As children bid the Guest 'Good Night' Original Dickinson: And then reluctant turn— Original Dickinson: My flowers raise their pretty lips— Original Dickinson: As children caper when they wake Original Dickinson: Merry that it is morn—
Image Map for Complete Poems of Poem 15 Original Dickinson: As children bid the Guest 'Good Night' Original Dickinson: As children bid the Guest 'Good Night' Original Dickinson: As children bid the Guest 'Good Night' Original Dickinson: As children bid the Guest 'Good Night' Original Dickinson: And then reluctant turn— Original Dickinson: My flowers raise their pretty lips— Original Dickinson: As children caper when they wake Original Dickinson: Merry that it is morn—
Image Map for Poems, First Series of Poem 15 Original Dickinson: As children bid the Guest 'Good Night' Original Dickinson: As children bid the Guest 'Good Night' Original Dickinson: As children bid the Guest 'Good Night' Original Dickinson: And then reluctant turn— Original Dickinson: My flowers raise their pretty lips— Original Dickinson: As children caper when they wake Original Dickinson: Merry that it is morn—