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Elizabeth told Essex Analysis



Author: poem of Emily Dickinson Type: poem Views: 20

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Elizabeth told Essex

That she could not forgive

The clemency of Deity

However—might survive—

That secondary succor

We trust that she partook

When suing—like her Essex

For a reprieving Look—



Edited by Peter Carter






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