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Poetry #187
(published July 22, 2004)
Hope Is A Subtle Glutton
by Emily Dickinson

Hope is a subtle glutton;
   He feeds upon the fair;
And yet, inspected closely,
   What abstinence is there!

His is the halcyon table
   That never seats but one,
And whatsoever is consumed
   The same amounts remain.

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