Here's how I imagine Dickinson might have said the poem.
I LIKE to see it LAP the Miles--
And LICK the Valleys UP--
And STOP to feed itSELF at Tanks--
And THEN--prodigious STEP
Around a PILE of Mountains--
And SUPercilious PEER
In Shanties--BY the sides of ROADS--
And THEN a quarry PARE
To fit its RIBS
And crawl beTWEEN
ComPLAINing all the WHILE
In hoooooorrid--HOOOOOOOOOOOting STANza--
And NEIIIIGH like BoaNERges--
Then--PUNC tSHual as a SSSSSTAR
SSSSSSStop -- DOSSSSS ile and omnNI ppppphhhhho tttttentttttt
Atttttt itttttttssssssss own sssssssstable tttttttdoor--
You might want to put some of the stresses--particularly some in the middle--in different places, to suit the way you understand the action..
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