letters from dickinson to emily fowler ford

about June 1853

The Buds are small, dear Emily, but will you please accept one for your Cousin and yourself? I quite forgot the Rosebugs when I spoke of the buds, last evening, and I found a family of them taking an early breakfast on my most precious bud, with a smart little worm for Landlady, so the sweetest are gone, but accept my love with the smallest, and I'm


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