Just thought I share this poem by Emily Dickinson, something the ladies might find interesting. There are two versions of this + many interpretations but I like this version the most as the dialogue is between "I" and "she" where the "she" is possibly directed to Sue (Susan Gilbert), her sister-in-law. (I have such a strong feeling that Emily was a lesbian)
Anyway, enjoy. :)
I showed her heights she never saw—
“Wouldst climb?” I said,
She said “Not so”—
“With me?” I said, “With me?”
I showed her secrets
The rope that Nights were put across—
And now, “Wouldst have me for a Guest?”
She could not find her yes—
And then, I brake my life, and Lo!
A light for her, did solemn glow,
The larger, as her face withdrew—
And could she, further, “No?”.