samndean

Poem: Back from the grave I drag thee

Back from the grave I drag thee
He shall not take thy Hand
Nor put his spacious arm around thee
That none can understand.

- Emily Dickinson


Hmmm. Sound applicable to a pair of TV characters, anyone?
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(Anonymous)
Josephine Tey AND Emily Dickinson? I love your taste!
Why, thank you! *blushes*

(I was informed by a friend that I ought to request your hand in marriage for such a compliment, but that seems a bit forward.)
(Anonymous)
… and now we're both blushing… :)

seriously, though, I'm enjoying your music videos, too!