Emily Dickinson is a fantastic poet in my opinion.
A Wonderful Poet
Emily Dickinson would be 139 years old if she were alive today.
Emily Dickinson is a perfect poet
Emily Dickinson Biography
Five Interesting Facts About Emily Dickinson
- Emily Dickinson was born and died in the same place.
- She wrote her poems on the second floor of her house.
- Emily Dickinson was a middle child.
- Emily Dickinson never married.
- Emily Dickinson wrote around 1,800 pieces of literature.
A Clock Stopped By Emily Dickinson
A Clock stopped —
Not the Mantel's —
Geneva's farthest skill
Can't put the puppet bowing —
That just now dangled still —
An awe came on the Trinket!
The Figures hunched, with pain —
Then quivered out of Decimals —
Into Degreeless Noon —
It will not stir for Doctors —
This Pendulum of snow —
This Shopman importunes it —
While cool — concernless No —
Nods from the Gilded pointers —
Nods from the Seconds slim —
Decades of Arrogance between
The Dial life —
And Him —
I Suppose The Time Will Come By Emily Dickinson
Aid it in the coming
When the Bird will crowd the Tree
And the Bee be booming.
I suppose the time will come
Hinder it a little
When the Corn in Silk will dress
And in Chintz the Apple
I believe the Day will be
When the Jay will giggle
At his new white House the Earth
That, too, halt a little —
Because I Could Not Stop For Death Emily Dickinson
If this is "fading" By Emily Dickinson
Oh let me immediately "fade"!
If this is "dying"
Bury me, in such a shroud of red!
If this is "sleep,"
On such a night
How proud to shut the eye!
Good Evening, gentle Fellow men!
Peacock presumes to die!