poems from dickinson to olive stearns

What tenements of clover
Are fitting for the bee,
What edifices azure
For butterflies and me -
What residences nimble
Arise and evanesce
Without a rhythmic rumor
Or an assaulting guess.

thomas johnson's note on poem 1338 | index to dickinson/o. stearns poems

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