A Door Just Opened On A Street

Poem By Emily Dickinson



Poet, may peace be upon you.
You need rain as much as sunshine.
You need grains and eggs.
You need to water your garden
pick some stones out.

In the night you walk.

Comments about A Door Just Opened On A Street

I saw this Poem walking by. Enlightened to watch this. and read the WORDS. Thank you for sharing, PEACE BE OURS.

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