letters from dickinson to joseph lyman

[Dull days]

I specially love them because, from by the kindly thirst they give, I can drink deeper from the sun; just now for instance I would be glad of a little mist, a furlough, for June has been bombarding us, boom after boom of summer glory - a very cannonade of splendors.

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