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The Flower must not blame the Bee

Emily Dickinson 1830 (Amherst) – 1886 (Amherst)



The Flower must not blame the Bee—
That seeketh his felicity
Too often at her door—

But teach the Footman from Vevay—
Mistress is "not at home"—to say—
To people—any more!

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Submitted on May 13, 2011

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