The Divine Emily Dickinson

I fear a Man of frugal Speech-
I fear a Silent Man-
Haranguer – I can overtake-
Or Babbler-entertain-

But He who weigheth – While the Rest-
Expend their furthest pound-
Of this Man – I am wary-
I fear that He is Grand-

Final Harvest.  Emily Dickinson.  221 (543) pg 136.

2 thoughts on “The Divine Emily Dickinson

  1. Love it
    Mr P
    Is here
    I can feel his weight
    Of his grand

    Haven’t been bye
    I’ve been way too busy
    I hope all is well
    In parent world
    And both of you are smiling from ear to ear
    As always Sheldon


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