poems sent by dickinson to jackson

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Table of Contents

BULLET"Upon a Lilac Sea" (P 1337)
BULLET"Spurn the temerity -" (P 1432)
BULLET"A Route of Evanescence" (P 1463)
BULLET"Before you thought of Spring" (P 1465)
BULLET"One of the ones that Midas touched" (P 1466)
BULLET"How happy is the little Stone" (P 1510)
BULLET"To be forgot by thee" (P 1560)
BULLET"Upon his Saddle sprung a Bird" (P 1600)
BULLET"Of God we ask one favor," (P 1601)
BULLET"Pursuing you in your transitions," (P 1602)
BULLET"Take all away from me, but leave me Ecstasy," (P 1640)

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