Comments about Emily Dickinson
neon73471166: visiting Emily Dickinson Museum, Amherst, Massachusetts ... 2018
MonaK_ak: Sudden urge to drop out and do literature instead. I miss the days where I'd study everything from Emily Dickinson'...
SaysTheGardiner: Emily Dickinson
dedisparates: "Myself can read the Telegrams
A Letter chief to me
The Stock's advance and Retrograde
And what the Markets say...
AQuotesPage: The soul should always stand ajar, ready to welcome the ecstatic experience. - Emily Dickinson
dowcarpenter: Just posted a new video--my "Three Poems of Emily Dickinson,"
piano_peonies: Anonymous said: was emily dickinson gay?
theplace2be: Hope is the thing with feathers
That perches in the soul,
And sings the tune without the words, And never stops at all.
theplace2be: Hope Is a Thing Without Feathers poem by Emily Dickinson -
eatartdaily: Interesting. Fake? Maybe: otherworldly. Out of place in our world ergo fake seeming
Recall Emily Dickinson: The on...
josadeek: A funeral director dissects condolence letters from famous literary figures like Emily Dickinson and Ernest Hemingw...
hiding2liv: I would say that my greatest literary inspirations are Dr. Seuss, Emily Dickinson and Karl Marx.
NewYorker: A funeral director dissects condolence letters from famous literary figures like Emily Dickinson and Ernest Hemingw...
pkjeongwu: The brain is wider than the sky. Emily Dickinson
lenoreriegel: Reminded me so of Emily Dickinson's famous brown bread.
ilya_poet: Which is why Zora Neale Hurston, Emily Dickinson and Paul Celan and will never go out of print:
"For the spell is...
Poem2Poem: If I can stop one heart from breaking, / I shall not live in vain; - Emily Dickinson
YourMind_Speak: "I dwell in possibility." - Emily Dickinson
BestDailyLove: Unable are the Loved to die, for Love is immortality. Emily Dickinson
lMSCAREDOFDYING: i mentioned emily dickinson in my english final and all i could think about was this
blackweldermd: TOD: I dwell in possibility.
DoorHardwareLux: I dwell in possibility. - Emily Dickinson
Saralmacdonald: I dwell in possibility.
MollyFieldTweet: I dwell in possibility.
Becs: everything was beautiful & nothing hurt.
Thought it was Emily Dickinson but no it's Kurt Vonnegut.
gbf_kaddish: Forever. And we're bound for that, Forever like Emily Dickinson's horses
BobClimko: I dwell in possibility.
maimaimai95: Ohh, and I love classic pieces written by Louisa May Alcott, and another author that wrote "Rebecca of Sunnybrook F...
pkjeongwu: I dwell in possibility. Emily Dickinson Click to tweet
pamressler: I dwell in possibility