letters from dickinson to olive stearns

early spring 1875?

Dear Friend,

That a pansy is transitive, is its only pang.

This, precluding that, is indeed divine.

Bringing you handfuls in prospective, thank you for the love. Many an angel, with its needle, toils beneath the snow.

With tenderness for your mate,

thomas johnson's note on letter 435 | index to dickinson/o. stearns letters

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