Emily Dickinson

All Forgot For Recollecting

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All forgot for recollecting Just a paltry One All forsook, for just a Stranger’s New Accompanying Grace of Wealth, and Grace of Station Less accounted than An unknown Esteem possessing Estimate Who can Home effaced Her faces dwindled Nature altered small Sun if shone or Storm if shattered Overlooked I all Dropped my fate a timid Pebble In thy bolder Sea Prove me Sweet if I regret it Prove Myself of Thee

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