Emily Dickinson – My nosegays are for captives


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My nosegays are for captives
Dim, long-expectant eyes
Fingers denied the plucking
Patient till paradise

To such, if they should whisper
Of morning and the moor
They bear no other errand
And I, no other prayer

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