letters from dickinson to william s. jackson

late summer 1885

Helen of Troy will die, but Helen of Colorado, never. Dear friend, can you walk, were the last words that I wrote her. Dear friend, I can fly - her immortal (soaring) reply. I never saw Mrs Jackson but twice, but those twice are indelible, and one Day more I am deified, was the only impression she ever left on any Heart (House) she entered -

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