A House of Cedars

I dwell in a house of cedars
Numerous windows as the sky
narrow door spread wide
An everlasting visitor
in the possibility
of impregnable paradise

Day 5, a prompt to blackout/rearrange/reconstruct a poem by Emily Dickinson – I chose this beautiful poem called I Dwell in Possibility. I also played with this alternate arrangement:

more numerous
than cedars;
An everlasting visitor –
the fairest occupation.

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