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Poems by Emily Dickinson: The Letter

The Contract VI The Letter "GOING to him! Happy letter! Tell him — Tell him the page I didn't write; Tell him I only said the syntax, And left the verb and the pronoun out. Tell him j…

Poems by Emily Dickinson: The Letter

by EmilyDickinsonThe ContractVIThe Letter The Letter "GOING to him! Happy letter! Tell him — Tell him the page I didn't write; Tell him I only said the syntax, And left the verb and the pron…

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Poetry resources and poetry in the public domain compiled by David Johnson Follow, poet, follow right To the bottom of the night, With your unconstraining voice Still persuade us t…

Poems by Emily Dickinson: VI

The Letter VII VI The way I read a letter 's this: 'T is first I lock the door, And push it with my fingers next, For transport it be sure. And then I go the furthest off To counter…

Poems by Emily Dickinson: VI

by EmilyDickinsonThe LetterVIIVI The way I read a letter 's this: 'T is first I lock the door, And push it with my fingers next, For transport it be sure. And then I go the furthest off T…

Poems by Emily Dickinson: Preface

by EmilyDickinsonLifePreface The intellectual activity of Emily Dickinson was so great that a large and characteristic choice is still possible among her literary material, and this third vo…

Poems by Emily Dickinson: XXV

by EmilyDickinsonXXIVXXVIXXV Belshazzar had a letter, — He never had but one; Belshazzar's correspondent Concluded and begun In that immortal copy The conscience of us all Can read without i…

Poems by Emily Dickinson: The Contract

III The Letter The Contract I gave myself to him, And took himself for pay. The solemn contract of a life Was ratified this way. The wealth might disappoint, Myself a poorer prove …

Poems by Emily Dickinson: XXV

XXIV XXVI XXV Belshazzar had a letter, — He never had but one; Belshazzar's correspondent Concluded and begun In that immortal copy The conscience of us all Can read without its glasse…

Poems by Emily Dickinson: The Contract

by EmilyDickinsonIIIThe LetterThe Contract The Contract I gave myself to him, And took himself for pay. The solemn contract of a life Was ratified this way. The wealth might disappoint, M…