poems sent from dickinson to higginson

These held their Wick above the West-
Till when the Red declined -
Or how the Amber aided it -
Defied to be defined -

Then waned without disparagement
In a dissembling Hue
That would not let the Eye decide
Did it abide or no-

thomas johnson's note on poem 1390 | index to dickinson poems sent to higginson

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