Emily Dickinson on temptation and gender inequality: Over the fence— Strawberries—grow— Over the fence— I could climb—if I tried, I know— Berries are nice! But—if I stained my Apron— God would certainly scold! Oh, dear,—I guess if He were a Boy— He'd—climb—if He could!
Page from ‘Lovett’s Illustrated Catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees and Plants for the Autumn of 1891’ showing ‘Three Grand Berries’ - ‘Lovett’s Early’, ‘Shuster’s Gem’ and ‘Gandy.’ Introduced & for sale by J.T. Lovett Co. Little Silver. N.J