letters from dickinson to sarah tuckerman
To see is perhaps never quite the sorcery that it is to surmise, though the obligation to enchantment is always binding -
It is sweet to recall that we need not retrench, as Magic is our most frugal Meal.
I fear you have much happiness because you spend so much.
Would adding to it - take it away or is that a penurious question?
To cherish you is intuitive -
As we take nature, without permission, let us covet you -
thomas johnson's note on letter 565 | index to dickinson/s. tuckerman letters
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