A South Wind&Mdash;Has A Pathos

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A South Wind—has a pathos
Of individual Voice—
As One detect on Landings
An Emigrant's address.

A Hint of Ports and Peoples—
And much not understood—
The fairer—for the farness—
And for the foreignhood.

by Emily Dickinson

Comments (2)

This desire to go abroad and settle down some times brings misfortune...it's true all time..quite a pathetic story in touching words- -10
Indeed. Very touching poem.