Emily Dickinson Poems
- 2351. If He Dissolve'then'there Is Nothing
If He dissolveâ??thenâ??there is nothingâ??moreâ??
- 2352. I Could Not Drink It, Sweet
I could not drink it, Sweet,
- 2353. Truth'is As Old As God
Truthâ??is as old as Godâ??
- 2354. She Dwelleth In The Ground
She dwelleth in the Ground—
- 2355. Did You Ever Stand In A Cavern's Mouth
Did you ever stand in a Cavern's Mouth—
- 2356. For Largest Woman's Hearth I Knew
For largest Woman's Hearth I knew—
- 2357. I Dwell In Possibility
I dwell in Possibility—
- 2358. It Is A Lonesome Glee
It is a lonesome Glee—
- 2359. This Is My Letter To The World,
This is my letter to the world,
That never wrote to me,-
The simple news that Nature told,
- 2360. The First Day's Night Had Come
The first Day's Night had come—
- 2361. Further In Summer Than The Birds
Further in Summer than the Birds
- 2362. The Beggar Lad&Mdash;Dies Early
The Beggar Lad—dies early—
- 2363. Delight Becomes Pictorial
Delight becomes pictorial
When viewed through pain,--
More fair, because impossible
- 2364. I'M Sorry For The Dead'today
I'm sorry for the Deadâ??Todayâ??
- 2365. Dreams&Mdash;Are Well&Mdash;But Waking's Better
Dreams—are well—but Waking's better,
- 2366. May-Flower
Pink, small, and punctual,
Covert in April,
- 2367. Me! Come! My Dazzled Face
Me! Come! My dazzled face
In such a shining place!
- 2368. Will There Really Be A "Morning"?
Will there really be a "Morning"?
- 2369. Absent Place&Mdash;An April Day
Absent Place—an April Day—
- 2370. There Is A Shame Of Nobleness
There is a Shame of Nobleness—
- 2371. Love Reckons By Itself'alone
Love reckons by itselfâ??aloneâ??
- 2372. Sweet&Mdash;Safe&Mdash;Houses
- 2373. I Have Never Seen
I have never seen "Volcanoes"â??
- 2374. This Was In The White Of The Year
This was in the White of the Year—
- 2375. The Savior Must Have Been A Docile Gentleman (1487)
The Savior must have been
A docile Gentlemanâ??
To come so far so cold a Day
- 2376. A Science&Mdash;So The Savants Say
A science—so the Savants say,
- 2377. Water, Is Taught By Thirst
Water, is taught by thirst.
- 2378. Bloom Upon The Mountain'stated
Bloom upon the Mountainâ??statedâ??
- 2379. A Clock Stopped -- Not The Mantel's
A clock stopped -- not the mantel's
Geneva's farthest skill
Can't put the puppet bowing
- 2380. 'Twas Just This Time, Last Year, I Died
'Twas just this time, last year, I died.
- 2381. Dust Is The Only Secret
Dust is the only Secret—
- 2382. The Sun Kept Setting'setting'still
The Sun kept settingâ??settingâ??still
- 2383. In Snow Thou Comest
In snow thou comest -
Thou shalt go with the resuming ground,
The sweet derision of the crow,
- 2384. I Tie My Hat'i Crease My Shawl
I tie my Hatâ??I crease my Shawlâ??
- 2385. "Unto Me?" I Do Not Know You
"Unto Me?" I do not know you—
- 2386. For Death'or Rather
For Deathâ??or rather
- 2387. A Little Road Not Made Man
A little road not made of man,
Enabled of the eye,
Accessible to thill of bee,
- 2388. If He Were Living'dare I Ask
If He were livingâ??dare I askâ??
- 2389. This Is A Blossom Of The Brain
This is a Blossom of the Brain—
- 2390. She Sweeps With Many-Colored Brooms,
She sweeps with many-colored brooms,
And leaves the shreds behind;
Oh, housewife in the evening west,
- 2391. The Soul's Superior Instants
The Soul's Superior instants
- 2392. A Tongue'to Tell Him I Am True!
A Tongueâ??to tell Him I am true!
- 2393. I Died For Beauty
I died for beauty, but was scarce
Adjusted in the tomb,
When one who died for truth was lain
- 2394. Sown In Dishonor
"Sown in dishonor"!
- 2395. I Reason, Earth Is Short
I reason, Earth is short—
- 2396. Some Rainbow'coming From The Fair!
Some Rainbowâ??coming from the Fair!
- 2397. The Soul Unto Itself (683)
The Soul unto itself
Is an imperial friend --
Or the most agonizing Spy --
- 2398. Home
Years I had been from home,
And now, before the door
I dared not open, lest a face
- 2399. I Ment To Find Her When I Came;
I meant to find her when I came;
Death had the same design;
But the success was his, it seems,
- 2400. 'Twould Ease'a Butterfly
'Twould easeâ??a Butterflyâ??
Total 2404 poems written by Emily Dickinson