fragments of wreck, 2
if wrecked upon the shoal [ wharf / cape / dock / bay ] of thought
— Emily Dickinson, 1469 (written in 1879) [ here ]
As if Dickinson generates first, then selects from, her own (telegraphic) phrase vocabulary. What remains — the poem — are the words that survive and wash up on
fair copy shore; beachcombed some.
I have not seen this in manuscript.
Targeteer / Vessel lays in a sheltered position.
Targum / Vessel lays in an exposed position.
Tarnishing / Vessel lays on soft bottom.
Tarpaulin / Vessel lays on rough bottom.
Tartary / Is wrecked and a total loss.
Telegraphic Codex in Theodore Hunter and Jarvis Patten, Port Charges of the World (1879) [here].
22 May 2012