poems from dickinson to kate anthon

When Katie walks, this simple pair accompany her side,
When Katie runs unwearied they follow on the road,
When Katie kneels, their loving hands still clasp her pious knee -
Ah! Katie! Smile at Fortune, with two so knit to thee!

thomas johnson's note on poem 222 | index to dickinson/anthon poems

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