A charm invests a face Imperfectly beheld. The lady dare not lift her veil For fear it be dispelled.
But peers beyond her mesh, And wishes, and denies, Lest interview annul a want That image satisfies.
A charm invests a face -
A poem by Emily Dickinson
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