letters from dickinson to henry v. emmons

spring 1853

Thank you, indeed, Mr Emmons, for your beautiful acknowledgement, far brighter than my flowers; and while with pleasure I lend you the little manuscript, I shall beg leave to claim it, when you again return. I trust you will find much happiness in an interview with your friend, and will be very happy to see you, when you return.

Emilie E. Dickinson

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