poems sent from dickinson to elizabeth holland

Thomas Johnson's Note on Poem 1606

MANUSCRIPT: March 1884 (H H 86). It is incorporated in a letter to Mrs. J. G. Holland, written to tell of the death of Judge Otis P. Lord. The sentences immediately preceding the poem say:

I hope your own are with you, and may not be taken. I hope there is no Dart advancing or in store.

PUBLICATION: LH (1951), 187.

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