Emily dickinson

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Emily Dickinson

  • the daisy follows soft the sun by Emily Dickinson
The Daisy follows soft the Sun—
And when his golden walk is done—
Sits shyly at his feet—
He—waking—finds the flower there—
Wherefore—Marauder—art thou here?
Because, Sir, love is sweet!

We are the Flower—Thou the Sun!
Forgive us, if as days decline—
We nearer steal to Thee!
Enamored of the parting West—
The peace—the flight—the Amethyst—
Night's possibility!



  • going to heaven!by Emily dickinson


Going to Heaven!
I don't know when—
Pray do not ask me how!
Indeed I'm too astonished
To think of answering you!
Going to Heaven!
How dim it sounds!
And yet it will be done
As sure as flocks go home at night
Unto the Shepherd's arm!

Perhaps you're going too!
Who knows?
If you should get there first
Save just a little space for me
Close to the two I lost—
The smallest "Robe" will fit me
And just a bit of "Crown"—
For you know we do not mind our dress
When we are going home—

I'm glad I don't believe it
For it would stop my breath—
And I'd like to look a little more
At such a curious Earth!
I'm glad they did believe it
Whom I have never found
Since the might Autumn afternoon
I left them in the ground.


  • come slowly, Eden! by Emily Dickinson


come slowly, Eden! Lips unused to thee, Bashful, sip thy jasmines, As the fainting bee, Reaching late his flower, Round her chamber hums, Counts his nectar--enters, And is lost in balms!


Emily Dickinson was born on December 10, 1830, in Amherst, Massachusetts. The people with who she did come in contact, however, had an enormous impact on her poetry. She was particularly stirred by the Reverend Charles Wadsworth, who she first met on a trip to Philadelphia. While it is certain that he was an important figure in her life, it is not clear that their relationship was romantic—she called him "my closest friend." She admired the poetry of Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, as well as John Keats. she died on may 15, 1886.


5 THINGS ABOUT EMILY DICKINSON.

  1. she lived all her life in her father's house.
  2. she never got married.
  3. she loved her poetry just like a husband.
  4. she died at the age of fifty-six after devoting most of her life to writing poetry, her nearly 2,000 poems.
  5. she has a brother and one sister.
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