The Riddle we can guess by Emily Dickinson
"The Riddle we can guess" is a poem written by Emily Dickinson. This Dickinson poem is very short, just four lines, but is very profound (and even has a rhyme scheme). The Poem is about how we are quickly bored by things which are easy to guess or we have heard before.
Johnson number: 1222
The Riddle we can guess The Riddle we can guess We speedily despise - Not anything is stale so long As Yesterday's surprise -
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