letters from dickinson to john l. graves

spring 1853

A little poem we will write unto our Cousin John,
to tell him if he does not come and see us very soon,
we will immediately forget there's any such a man,
and when he comes to see us, we will not be "at home."

Emilie - Vinnie -

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