poems sent by dickinson to frances and louise norcross

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BULLET"Mama never forgets her birds," (P 164)
BULLET"'Tis not that Dying hurts us so -" (P 335)
BULLET"'Speech' is a prank of Parliament -" (P 688)
BULLET"This was in the White of the Year -" (P 995)
BULLET"Further in Summer than the Birds" (P 1068)
BULLET"A Spider sewed at Night" (P 1138)
BULLET"God made no act without a cause," (P 1163)
BULLET"Too few the mornings be," (P 1186)
BULLET"A word is dead" (P 1212)
BULLET"A Word dropped careless on a Page" (P 1261)
BULLET"I cannot see my soul but know 'tis there" (P 1262)
BULLET"There is no Frigate like a Book" (P 1263)
BULLET"This is the place they hoped before," (P 1264)
BULLET"The most triumphant Bird I ever knew or met" (P 1265)
BULLET"Go slow, my soul, to feed thyself" (P 1297)
BULLET"The Mushroom is the Elf of Plants -" (P 1298)
BULLET"Trusty as the stars" (P 1369)
BULLET"A Route of Evanescence" (P 1463)
BULLET"One of the ones that Midas touched" (P 1466)
BULLET"The competitions of the sky" (P 1494)
BULLET"We never know we go when we are going -" (P 1523)
BULLET"The going from a world we know" (P 1603)
BULLET"We send the Wave to find the Wave -" (P 1604)
BULLET"Each that we lose takes part of us;" (P 1605)
BULLET"The longest day that God appoints" (P 1769)

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