1 quart blue powder
ঐশ্বরিক cup butter
½ cup cream, 1 tabletop ginger, 1
teaspoon soda, 1 salt
Work with glasses -
Instructions: HCL (B 164) Pencil
Text: F 230, in part.
To: Sister J. G. Holland
i do not know that Creation has given
me any pain which needs must i wish to
still carry burden on – Although with Love
everything is possible – Thank you for
being. Even as a child with grace, i was
unable to ever let go. This will not arrange
my self in Love, will it?
It is said that those who are not dead will
Live today; that Truth is acknowledged;
that Only Love can hurt but Only Love can
help the Wound; and that We Should All
Be One of this Great Creation's Creatures
– This would make a difference in every-
body's daily favorites as well as in those
standard repairs which thought and
nature do customarily make.
In Music there is a Major and a Minor –
Should there not also be a Private?
Good night – i can sleep if i allow my
eyes to hear it – Now that i want, i want
a song sung in Tunis.
– And Tripoli – i still want to know what
you've named me
Further Instructions: HCL (H 28) Color
Additional Text: LH 89-90.
Section approved. The quotation above
is from Hebrews 12.6: "...whom the
Lord loves he chasteneth..."
Apparently, Holland requested Emily
to pay a visit to Springfield.
Dickinson then signed her
handbook. It follows below. The
handwriting is the same as the
previous letter, and the date is
conjectured from that.