I Dwell in Possibility Emily Dickinson









I Dwell in Possibility

Emily Dickinson

I dwell in Possibility

A fairer house than Prose,

More numerous of windows,

Superior of doors.


Of chambers, as the cedars-

Impregnable of eye;

And for an everlasting roof

The gables of the sky.


Of visitors-the fairest-

For occupation-this-

The spreading wide my narrow hands

To gather Paradise.