Poems on used envelopes. New England frugality.
Never meant for someone. Meant for everyone.
Answering mail with verse. And remaining silent.
Crossings-out, dashes, spaces, columns, and overlapping planes.
One poem for each of fifty-two weeks.
These two books present the later writings of Emily Dickinson – the 52 envelope poems. Click images for Amazon links.
You can also view a digital collection of these envelope poems on the Amherst College website at https://acdc.amherst.edu/browse/collection/ed