poems sent by dickinson to thomas niles

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Table of Contents

BULLET"It sifts from Leaden Sieves" (P 311)
BULLET"The Wind begun to knead the Grass -" (P 824)
BULLET"Ample make this Bed -" (P 829)
BULLET"Further in Summer than the Birds" (P 1068)
BULLET"A Route of Evanescence" (P 1463)
BULLET"How happy is the little Stone" (P 1510)
BULLET"Her Losses make our Gains ashamed -" (P 1562)

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