Here you will find the Poem Arcturus of poet Emily Dickinson
"Arcturus" is his other name? I'd rather call him "Star." It's very mean of Science To go and interfere! I slew a worm the other day? A "Savant" passing by Murmured "Resurgam"?"Centipede"! "Oh Lord?how frail are we"! I pull a flower from the woods? A monster with a glass Computes the stamens in a breath? And has her in a "class"! Whereas I took the Butterfly Aforetime in my hat? He sits erect in "Cabinets"? The Clover bells forgot. What once was "Heaven" Is "Zenith" now? Where I proposed to go When Time's brief masquerade was done Is mapped and charted too. What if the poles should frisk about And stand upon their heads! I hope I'm ready for "the worst"? Whatever prank betides! Perhaps the "Kingdom of Heaven's" changed? I hope the "Children" there Won't be "new fashioned" when I come? And laugh at me?and stare? I hope the Father in the skies Will lift his little girl? Old fashioned?naught?everything? Over the stile of "Pearl."