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Two -- were immortal twice - by Emily Dickinson

Twice had Summer her fair Verdure - by Emily Dickinson

Truth -- is as old as God - by Emily Dickinson

Trusty as the stars - by Emily Dickinson

Trust in the Unexpected - by Emily Dickinson

Trust adjust her "Peradventure" - by Emily Dickinson

Trudging to Eden, looking backward - by Emily Dickinson

Triumph -- may be of several kinds - by Emily Dickinson

Tried always and Condemned by thee - by Emily Dickinson

Touch lightly Nature's sweet Guitar - by Emily Dickinson

Too scanty 'twas to die for you - by Emily Dickinson

Too little way the House must lie - by Emily Dickinson

Too few the mornings be - by Emily Dickinson

Too cold is this - by Emily Dickinson

Today or this noon - by Emily Dickinson

To Whom the Mornings stand for Nights - by Emily Dickinson

To wait an Hour -- is long - by Emily Dickinson

To venerate the simple days - by Emily Dickinson

To try to speak, and miss the way - by Emily Dickinson

To this World she returned - by Emily Dickinson

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