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Emily Dickinson

This is an honorary account carrying the literary creations of late Emily Dickinson.

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A Spider Sewed At Night

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"A Spider sewed at Night Without a Light Upon an Arc of White"

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Down Time's quaint stream

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Without a surety from the Wind, Or schedule of the Tide -

1    62 3

Speech Is One Symptom...

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"Speech is one symptom of Affection And Silence one - The perfectest communication"

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Of So Divine A Loss

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Indemnity for Loneliness, That such a Bliss has been.

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Not Sickness Stains The Brave

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"Nor Doubt of Scene to come, But an adjourning Heart"

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The Hills in Purple Syllables

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To little Groups of Continents Just going Home from School.

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Remembrance...

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"Remembrance has a Rear and Front - 'Tis something like a House"

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The Reticent Volcano Keeps

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Can human nature not survive Without a listener?

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Warm In Her Hand...

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"Warm in her Hand these accents lie While faithful and afar"

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If All The Griefs I Am To Have

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I am so happy I believe They'd laugh and run away.

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STEP Lightly On This...

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"STEP lightly on this narrow spot! The broadest land that grows Is not so ample as the breast"

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Said Death To Passion

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Said Passion, through contracting Breaths 'A Thousand Times Thee Nay.'

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Silence Is All We Dread

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"Silence is all we dread. There's Ransom in a Voice"

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He Preached Upon 'Breadth'...

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What confusion would cover the innocent Jesus To meet so enabled a Man!

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The Mushroom..

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"As if it tarried always And yet it's whole Career Is shorter than a Snake's Delay"

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The Work Of Her That Went

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The Work of Her that went, The Toil of Fellows done -

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As From The Earth...

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"As from the earth the light Balloon Asks nothing but release"

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And With What Body Do...

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'And with what body do they come?' - Then they do come - Rejoice!

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Mine Enemy Is Growing Old

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"I have at last revenge. The palate of the hate departs; If any would avenge"

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Witchcraft Has Not A Pedigree

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And mourners meet it going out The moment of our death.

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Whose Pink Career May Have...

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"Whose Pink career may have a close Portentous as our own, who knows?"

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The Grave My Little Cottage Is

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Till everlasting life unite In strong society.

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These Fevered Days...

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"These Fevered Days - to take them to the Forest Where Waters cool around the mosses crawl"

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Whether They Have Forgotten

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Than a Fact of Iron Hardened with I know -

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Immured In Heaven

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"Let every Bondage be, Thou sweetest of the Universe, Like that which ravished thee"

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Ended, Ere It Begun

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That it was not Our privilege The interdict of God -

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Glory Is That Bright Tragic...

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"Glory is that bright tragic thing That for an instant Means Dominion"

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Best Witchcraft is Geometry

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"Best Witchcraft is Geometry To the magician's mind"

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'Tomorrow' - Whose Location

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"The Wise deceives Though its hallucination Is last that leaves"

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I Thought The Train...

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"Provoking Lover, when you came Its Treatise flew away To hide my strategy too late"

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A Train Went Through...

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"A train went through a burial gate, A bird broke forth and sang"

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Praise it - 'tis Dead

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"Warm this inclement Ear With the encomium it earned Since it was gathered here"

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'Twas Comfort In Her...

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"A short relief to have the wind Walk boldly up and knock.."

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Not Any Sunny Tone

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"Not any sunny tone From any fervent zone Find entrance there"

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His Voice Decrepit was with...

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"His voice decrepit was with Joy - Her words did totter so"

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Luck is Not Chance

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"Luck is not chance It's Toil Fortune's expensive smile"

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If Ever The Lid Gets Off ...

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"If ever the lid gets off my head And lets the brain away"

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A Sickness of This World ...

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"A Sickness of this World it most occasions When Best Men die.."

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The Inundation of the Spring

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"The inundation of the Spring Enlarges every soul"

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A Pang Is More Conspicuous...

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"A Pang is more conspicuous in Spring In contrast with the things that sing"

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Judgment is justest

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"Judgment is justest When the Judged, His action laid away, Divested is of every Disk But his sincer...

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As old as Woe

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"Together chiefest they ard found But seldom side by side From neither of them tho' he try Can Human...

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