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Emily Dickinson


Apparently with no surprise
To any happy Flower
The Frost beheads it at its play -
In accidental power -
The blonde Assassin passes on -
The Sun ...

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Emily Dickinson - Wikipedia

Emily Elizabeth Dickinson (December 10, 1830 – May 15, 1886) was an American poet. With the possible exception of Walt Whitman, Dickinson is now recognized as the ...
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Emily Dickinson - Writer, Poet - looks at the life of reclusive poet Emily Dickinson, an artist who never saw success while alive. She's known posthumously for her innovative use of ...
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Emily Dickinson - Poet | Academy of American Poets

Emily Dickinson - Poet - Born in 1830 in Massachusetts, Emily Dickinson lived in almost total physical isolation from the outside world and is now considered, along ...
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Emily Dickinson Museum

Emily Dickinson Museum summer hours. The Museum has returned to our summer schedule. We will be open Wednesday through Monday, 10 am to 5 pm from June through August.
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Emily Dickinson | Biography, Poems, & Analysis |

Emily Dickinson: December 10, 1830 Amherst, Massachusetts, U.S. May 15, 1886 Amherst American lyric poet who lived in seclusion and commanded a singular brilliance of ...
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Emily Dickinson - Emily Dickinson Poems - Poem Hunter

Browse through Emily Dickinson's poems and quotes. 1232 poems of Emily Dickinson. Phenomenal Woman, Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget Me, Dreams. Emily ...
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Dickinson Electronic Archives

Includes letters and writing by and to Dickinson's family, critical responses to her writing, and reference resources.
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Poems of Emily Dickinson - Poem Hunter - Quotes - Poetry

Poem Hunter all poems of by Emily Dickinson poems. 1232 poems of Emily Dickinson. Phenomenal Woman, Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget Me, Dreams
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SARTOR RESARTUS--The New Emily Dickinson

ossobuco :
Thanks for starting this.
I'm going to be learning.
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emily dickinson and william blake

Merry Andrew : In a nutshell, the similarities are mainly in subject matter and a general outlook on the impermanence of everything. The differences are largely in tone and style. Dickinson is much more playful. Ain't gonna do a line-by-line analysis for ya. http://cd
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Emily Dickinson

jjorge : very nice. I'm a big ED fan
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Reality in the Information Age

RexRed : As reality slowly becomes virtual one may wonder if reality was ever real at all...
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smorgs : This is the only on I can find! Others will probably reply.

Dear Miss Emily
James Galvin

I knew the end would be gone before I got there.
After all, all rainbows lie for a living.
And as you have insisted, repeatedly,
The diffe
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It's sorta Emily

cavfancier : This might qualify:

America, America!
Delmore Schwartz

I am a poet of the Hudson River and the heights above it,
the lights, the stars, and the bridges
I am also by self-appointment the laureate of the Atlantic

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Poem 303 (Dickinson)

Letty : Hey, radical. Welcome to A2K.

One must really search inside the soul to ascertain the Belle of Amherst's meaning

what it may mean to me, may be the inverse of what it means to you, my friend. but "society" in the terms of upper echelon
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Why did the Chicken Cross the Road?

roger : Dlowan: It was playing noughts and crosses and need to get a cross.
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Famous people's last words

JLNobody : I can't recall who said, "Die, I thought I'd laugh?"
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