Never for Society

Emily Dickinson

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Never for Society
He shall seek in vain—
Who His own acquaintance
Cultivate—Of Men
Wiser Men may weary—
But the Man within

Never knew Satiety—
Better entertain
Than could Border Ballad—
Or Biscayan Hymn—
Neither introduction
Need You—unto Him—

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  • stephancdm

    Wow, really got me thinking this one. Defiantly all about looking within oneself and knowing thy self. Speaks loads to the state of society today. We should all take mor time for self reflectoin. Good read though, made me think.