Obituary for Emily Dickinson 4

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any lack of all embracing love,
and sympathy - not because she
was insufficient for any mental
work, or social career, her en-
dowments being so exceptional,
but the "mesh of her soul" as
Browning calls the body, was too
rare, and the sacred quiet of her
own home proved the native at-
mosphere for her worth and
work. All that, is too sacred for must be inviolate.
words. One can only speak of
"Duties beautifully done"- of her
gentle tillage of her rare flowers