Emily Dickinson's The Secret Of Her Pupils

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The Secret of Her Pupils

As she extends her legs, she meets the two adjacent walls. And, facing the ceiling, she waits, as their ephemeral matching minutes elapse, his seeds of a germinating time. Hence, men fritter, years that encompass the plethora of varying impurities of unlimited universal disparity.

This friend, nevertheless, wrote her the letters which traversed an invisible barrier of decorum with reciprocal accord and convincing pretext. The writer, however—a religious and devoted man—depletes himself with fever; his ultimate dishonesty trembled, and the candle shivered in the night-swaddled room. In her eyes, he viewed his interminable picture; love which became refracted, doing hundreds of his temporal
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