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Poet: Emily Dickinson

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The Single Hound, Epigram by Emily Dickinson

And with what body do they come? -- by Emily Dickinson

Arcturus is his other name by Emily Dickinson

Faith is a fine invention by Emily Dickinson

Faithful to the end Amended by Emily Dickinson

Go tell it -- What a Message -- by Emily Dickinson

Go travelling with us! by Emily Dickinson

Heaven -- is what I cannot reach! by Emily Dickinson

Heaven has different Signs -- to me -- by Emily Dickinson

Heavenly Father -- take to thee by Emily Dickinson

Hope is the thing with feathers by Emily Dickinson

Houses -- so the Wise Men tell me by Emily Dickinson

I want -- it pleaded -- All its life -- by Emily Dickinson

Lethe in my flower, by Emily Dickinson

Morning -- means 'Milking' -- to the Farmer by Emily Dickinson

Nature is what we see -- by Emily Dickinson

Red Sea, indeed! Talk not to me by Emily Dickinson

Remember me implored the Thief! by Emily Dickinson

Secrets is a daily word by Emily Dickinson

Sown in dishonor! by Emily Dickinson

Speech -- is a prank of Parliament -- by Emily Dickinson

They have not chosen me, he said, by Emily Dickinson

Tomorrow -- whose location by Emily Dickinson

Unto Me? I do not know you -- by Emily Dickinson

Was not was all the Statement. by Emily Dickinson

Why do I love You, Sir? by Emily Dickinson

A Bee his burnished Carriage by Emily Dickinson

A Bird came down the Walk by Emily Dickinson

A Burdock -- clawed my Gown by Emily Dickinson

A Cap of Lead across the sky by Emily Dickinson

A Charm invests a face by Emily Dickinson

A chilly Peace infests the Grass by Emily Dickinson

A Clock stopped by Emily Dickinson

A Cloud withdrew from the Sky by Emily Dickinson

A Coffin -- is a small Domain, by Emily Dickinson

A Counterfeit -- a Plated Person -- by Emily Dickinson

A curious Cloud surprised the Sky, by Emily Dickinson

A darting fear -- a pomp -- a tear by Emily Dickinson

A Day! Help! Help! Another Day! by Emily Dickinson

A Death blow is a Life blow to Some by Emily Dickinson

A Deed knocks first at Thought by Emily Dickinson

A Dew sufficed itself -- by Emily Dickinson

A Diamond on the Hand by Emily Dickinson

A Dimple in the Tomb by Emily Dickinson

A Door just opened on a street -- by Emily Dickinson

A doubt if it be Us by Emily Dickinson

A Drop Fell on the Apple Tree -- by Emily Dickinson

A Drunkard cannot meet a Cork by Emily Dickinson

A Dying Tiger -- moaned for Drink -- by Emily Dickinson

A face devoid of love or grace, by Emily Dickinson

A faded Boy -- in sallow Clothes by Emily Dickinson

A feather from the Whippoorwill by Emily Dickinson

A Field of Stubble, lying sere by Emily Dickinson

A first Mute Coming -- by Emily Dickinson

A Flower will not trouble her, it has so small a Foot, by Emily Dickinson

A full fed Rose on meals of Tint by Emily Dickinson

A fuzzy fellow, without feet, by Emily Dickinson

A great Hope fell by Emily Dickinson

A happy lip -- breaks sudden by Emily Dickinson

A House upon the Height by Emily Dickinson

A Lady red -- amid the Hill by Emily Dickinson

A lane of Yellow led the eye by Emily Dickinson

A Letter is a joy of Earth -- by Emily Dickinson

A Light exists in Spring by Emily Dickinson

A little bread -- a crust -- a crumb by Emily Dickinson

A little Dog that wags his tail by Emily Dickinson

A little East of Jordan, by Emily Dickinson

A little Madness in the Spring by Emily Dickinson

A little overflowing word by Emily Dickinson

A little Road -- not made of Man -- by Emily Dickinson

A little Snow was here and there by Emily Dickinson

A long -- long Sleep -- A famous -- Sleep -- by Emily Dickinson

A loss of something ever felt I -- by Emily Dickinson

A Man may make a Remark -- by Emily Dickinson

A Mien to move a Queen by Emily Dickinson

A Mine there is no Man would own by Emily Dickinson

A Moth the hue of this by Emily Dickinson

A Murmur in the Trees -- to note by Emily Dickinson

A narrow Fellow in the Grass by Emily Dickinson

A nearness to Tremendousness -- by Emily Dickinson

A Night -- there lay the Days between by Emily Dickinson

A Pang is more conspicuous in Spring by Emily Dickinson

A Pit -- but Heaven over it -- by Emily Dickinson

A Planted Life -- diversified by Emily Dickinson

A poor -- torn heart -- a tattered heart by Emily Dickinson

A precious -- mouldering pleasure -- 'tis by Emily Dickinson

A Prison gets to be a friend -- by Emily Dickinson

A prompt -- executive Bird is the Jay -- by Emily Dickinson

A Rat surrendered here by Emily Dickinson

A Route of Evanescence by Emily Dickinson

A Saucer holds a Cup by Emily Dickinson

A science -- so the Savants say, by Emily Dickinson

A Secret told by Emily Dickinson

A sepal, petal, and a thorn by Emily Dickinson

A Shade upon the mind there passes by Emily Dickinson

A shady friend -- for Torrid days by Emily Dickinson

A Sickness of this World it most occasions by Emily Dickinson

A single Clover Plank by Emily Dickinson

A single Screw of Flesh by Emily Dickinson

A slash of Blue by Emily Dickinson

A Sloop of Amber slips away by Emily Dickinson

A soft Sea washed around the House by Emily Dickinson

A solemn thing -- it was -- I said by Emily Dickinson

A Solemn thing within the Soul by Emily Dickinson

A something in a summer's Day by Emily Dickinson

A South Wind -- has a pathos by Emily Dickinson

A Sparrow took a Slice of Twig by Emily Dickinson

A Spider sewed at Night by Emily Dickinson

A stagnant pleasure like a Pool by Emily Dickinson

A still -- Volcano -- Life -- by Emily Dickinson

A Thought went up my mind today -- by Emily Dickinson

A throe upon the features by Emily Dickinson

A Toad, can die of Light -- by Emily Dickinson

A Tongue -- to tell Him I am true! by Emily Dickinson

A Tooth upon Our Peace by Emily Dickinson

A train went through a burial gate, by Emily Dickinson

A transport one cannot contain by Emily Dickinson

A Visitor in Marl by Emily Dickinson

A Weight with Needles on the pounds by Emily Dickinson

A Wife -- at daybreak I shall be by Emily Dickinson

A wild Blue sky abreast of Winds by Emily Dickinson

A Wind that rose by Emily Dickinson

A winged spark doth soar about -- by Emily Dickinson

A Word dropped careless on a Page by Emily Dickinson

A word is dead by Emily Dickinson

A Word made Flesh is seldom by Emily Dickinson

A World made penniless by that departure by Emily Dickinson

A Wounded Deer -- leaps highest by Emily Dickinson

Above Oblivion's Tide there is a Pier by Emily Dickinson

Abraham to kill him -- by Emily Dickinson

Absence disembodies -- so does Death by Emily Dickinson

Absent Place -- an April Day -- by Emily Dickinson

Adrift! A little boat adrift! by Emily Dickinson

Advance is Life's condition by Emily Dickinson

Afraid! Of whom am I afraid? by Emily Dickinson

After a hundred years by Emily Dickinson

After all Birds have been investigated and laid aside -- by Emily Dickinson

After great pain, a formal feeling comes by Emily Dickinson

After the Sun comes out by Emily Dickinson

Again -- his voice is at the door -- by Emily Dickinson

Ah, Moon -- and Star! by Emily Dickinson

Ah, Necromancy Sweet! by Emily Dickinson

Ah, Teneriffe! by Emily Dickinson

Air has no Residence, no Neighbor, by Emily Dickinson

All but Death, can be Adjusted -- by Emily Dickinson

All Circumstances are the Frame by Emily Dickinson

All forgot for recollecting by Emily Dickinson

All I may, if small, by Emily Dickinson

All men for Honor hardest work by Emily Dickinson

All overgrown by cunning moss, by Emily Dickinson

All that I do by Emily Dickinson

All the letters I can write by Emily Dickinson

All these my banners be. by Emily Dickinson

Alone and in a Circumstance by Emily Dickinson

Alone, I cannot be by Emily Dickinson

Alter! When the Hills do -- by Emily Dickinson

Although I put away his life by Emily Dickinson

Always Mine! by Emily Dickinson

Ambition cannot find him. by Emily Dickinson

Ample make this Bed -- by Emily Dickinson

An altered look about the hills by Emily Dickinson

An antiquated Grace by Emily Dickinson

An Antiquated Tree by Emily Dickinson

An honest Tear by Emily Dickinson

An Hour is a Sea by Emily Dickinson

An ignorance a Sunset by Emily Dickinson

And this of all my Hopes by Emily Dickinson

Angels, in the early morning by Emily Dickinson

Answer July by Emily Dickinson

Apology for Her by Emily Dickinson

Apparently with no surprise by Emily Dickinson

Are Friends Delight or Pain? by Emily Dickinson

Arrows enamored of his Heart -- by Emily Dickinson

Art thou the thing I wanted? by Emily Dickinson

Artists wrestled here! by Emily Dickinson

As by the dead we love to sit, by Emily Dickinson

As Children bid the Guest 'Good Night' by Emily Dickinson

As Everywhere of Silver by Emily Dickinson

As far from pity, as complaint by Emily Dickinson

As from the earth the light Balloon by Emily Dickinson

As Frost is best conceived by Emily Dickinson

As if I asked a common Alms by Emily Dickinson

As if some little Arctic flower by Emily Dickinson

As if the Sea should part by Emily Dickinson

As imperceptibly as Grief by Emily Dickinson

As old as Woe -- by Emily Dickinson

As One does Sickness over by Emily Dickinson

As One does Sickness over by Emily Dickinson

As plan for Noon and plan for Night by Emily Dickinson

As Sleigh Bells seem in summer by Emily Dickinson

As subtle as tomorrow by Emily Dickinson

As Summer into Autumn slips by Emily Dickinson

As the Starved Maelstrom laps the Navies by Emily Dickinson

As Watchers hang upon the East, by Emily Dickinson

As we pass Houses musing slow by Emily Dickinson

As willing lid o'er weary eye by Emily Dickinson

Ashes denote that Fire was -- by Emily Dickinson

At Half past Three, a single Bird by Emily Dickinson

At last, to be identified! by Emily Dickinson

At least -- to pray -- is left -- is left -- by Emily Dickinson

At leisure is the Soul by Emily Dickinson

Aurora is the effort by Emily Dickinson

Autumn -- overlooked my Knitting -- by Emily Dickinson

Away from Home are some and I -- by Emily Dickinson

Back from the cordial Grave I drag thee by Emily Dickinson

Baffled for just a day or two by Emily Dickinson

Banish Air from Air -- by Emily Dickinson

Be Mine the Doom -- by Emily Dickinson

Beauty -- be not caused -- It Is -- by Emily Dickinson

Beauty crowds me till I die by Emily Dickinson

Because He loves Her by Emily Dickinson

Because I could not stop for Death by Emily Dickinson

Because my Brook is fluent by Emily Dickinson

Because that you are going by Emily Dickinson

Because the Bee may blameless hum by Emily Dickinson

Because 'twas Riches I could own, by Emily Dickinson

Bee! I'm expecting you! by Emily Dickinson

Bees are Black, with Gilt Surcingles -- by Emily Dickinson

Before He comes we weigh the Time! by Emily Dickinson

Before I got my eye put out by Emily Dickinson

Before the ice is in the pools by Emily Dickinson

Before you thought of Spring by Emily Dickinson

Behind Me -- dips Eternity -- by Emily Dickinson

Behold this little Bane -- by Emily Dickinson

Belshazzar had a Letter -- by Emily Dickinson

Bereaved of all, I went abroad -- by Emily Dickinson

Bereavement in their death to feel by Emily Dickinson

Besides the Autumn poets sing by Emily Dickinson

Besides this May by Emily Dickinson

Best Gains -- must have the Losses' Test -- by Emily Dickinson

Best Things dwell out of Sight by Emily Dickinson

Best Witchcraft is Geometry by Emily Dickinson

Betrothed to Righteousness might be by Emily Dickinson

Better -- than Music! For I -- who heard it -- by Emily Dickinson

Between My Country -- and the Others -- by Emily Dickinson

Between the form of Life and Life by Emily Dickinson

Bind me -- I still can sing -- by Emily Dickinson

Birthday of but a single pang by Emily Dickinson

Blazing in Gold and quenching in Purple by Emily Dickinson

Bless God, he went as soldiers, by Emily Dickinson

Bliss is the plaything of the child -- by Emily Dickinson

Bloom -- is Result -- to meet a Flower by Emily Dickinson

Bloom upon the Mountain -- stated -- by Emily Dickinson

Blossoms will run away, by Emily Dickinson

Bound -- a trouble by Emily Dickinson

Bring me the sunset in a cup, by Emily Dickinson

Brother of Ingots -- Ah Peru -- by Emily Dickinson

But little Carmine hath her face -- by Emily Dickinson

By a departing light by Emily Dickinson

By a flower -- By a letter by Emily Dickinson

By Chivalries as tiny, by Emily Dickinson

By homely gift and hindered Words by Emily Dickinson

By my Window have I for Scenery by Emily Dickinson

By such and such an offering by Emily Dickinson

Candor -- my tepid friend -- by Emily Dickinson

Circumference thou Bride of Awe by Emily Dickinson

Civilization -- spurns -- the Leopard! by Emily Dickinson

Climbing to reach the costly Hearts by Emily Dickinson

Cocoon above! Cocoon below! by Emily Dickinson

Color -- Caste -- Denomination -- by Emily Dickinson

Come show thy Durham Breast by Emily Dickinson

Come Slowly by Emily Dickinson

Come slowly -- Eden! by Emily Dickinson

Conferring with myself by Emily Dickinson

Confirming All who analyze by Emily Dickinson

Conjecturing a Climate by Emily Dickinson

Conscious am I in my Chamber, by Emily Dickinson

Consulting summer's clock, by Emily Dickinson

Contained in this short Life by Emily Dickinson

Cosmopolities without a plea by Emily Dickinson

Could -- I do more -- for Thee by Emily Dickinson

Could Hope inspect her Basis by Emily Dickinson

Could I -- then -- shut the door by Emily Dickinson

Could I but ride indefinite by Emily Dickinson

Could live -- did live by Emily Dickinson

Could mortal lip divine by Emily Dickinson

Could that sweet Darkness where they dwell by Emily Dickinson

Count not that far that can be had, by Emily Dickinson

Crisis is a Hair by Emily Dickinson

Crisis is sweet and yet the Heart by Emily Dickinson

Crumbling is not an instant's Act by Emily Dickinson

Dare you see a Soul at the White Heat? by Emily Dickinson

Dear March -- Come in -- by Emily Dickinson

Death is a Dialogue between by Emily Dickinson

Death is like the insect by Emily Dickinson

Death is potential to that Man by Emily Dickinson

Death is the supple Suitor by Emily Dickinson

Death leaves Us homesick, who behind, by Emily Dickinson

Death sets a Thing significant by Emily Dickinson

Death warrants are supposed to be by Emily Dickinson

Death's Waylaying not the sharpest by Emily Dickinson

Declaiming Waters none may dread -- by Emily Dickinson

Defrauded I a Butterfly -- by Emily Dickinson

Delayed till she had ceased to know by Emily Dickinson

Delight -- becomes pictorial -- by Emily Dickinson

Delight is as the flight by Emily Dickinson

Delight's Despair at setting by Emily Dickinson

Denial -- is the only fact by Emily Dickinson

Departed -- to the Judgment -- by Emily Dickinson

Deprived of other Banquet, by Emily Dickinson

Despair's advantage is achieved by Emily Dickinson

Did life's penurious length by Emily Dickinson

Did Our Best Moment last by Emily Dickinson

Did the Harebell loose her girdle by Emily Dickinson

Did We abolish Frost by Emily Dickinson

Did we disobey Him? by Emily Dickinson

Did you ever stand in a Cavern's Mouth -- by Emily Dickinson

Distance -- is not the Realm of Fox by Emily Dickinson

Distrustful of the Gentian by Emily Dickinson

Do People moulder equally, by Emily Dickinson

Dominion lasts until obtained -- by Emily Dickinson

Don't put up my Thread and Needle -- by Emily Dickinson

Doom is the House without the Door by Emily Dickinson

Doubt Me! My Dim Companion! by Emily Dickinson

Down Time's quaint stream by Emily Dickinson

Drab Habitation of Whom? by Emily Dickinson

Drama's Vitallest Expression is the Common Day by Emily Dickinson

Dreams -- are well -- but Waking's better, by Emily Dickinson

Dreams are the subtle Dower by Emily Dickinson

Dropped into the Ether Acre -- by Emily Dickinson

Drowning is not so pitiful by Emily Dickinson

Dust is the only Secret by Emily Dickinson

Dying at my music! by Emily Dickinson

Dying! Dying in the night! by Emily Dickinson

Dying! To be afraid of thee by Emily Dickinson

Each Life Converges to some Centre -- by Emily Dickinson

Each Scar I'll keep for Him by Emily Dickinson

Each Second is the last by Emily Dickinson

Each that we lose takes part of us; by Emily Dickinson

Eden is that old-fashioned House by Emily Dickinson

Elijah's Wagon knew no thill by Emily Dickinson

Elizabeth told Essex by Emily Dickinson

Elysium is as far as to by Emily Dickinson

Embarrassment of one another by Emily Dickinson

Empty my Heart, of Thee -- by Emily Dickinson

Endanger it, and the Demand by Emily Dickinson

Ended, ere it begun -- by Emily Dickinson

Endow the Living -- with the Tears -- by Emily Dickinson

Escape is such a thankful Word by Emily Dickinson

Escaping backward to perceive by Emily Dickinson

Essential Oils -- are wrung -- by Emily Dickinson

Estranged from Beauty -- none can be -- by Emily Dickinson

Except the Heaven had come so near by Emily Dickinson

Except the smaller size by Emily Dickinson

Except to Heaven, she is nought. by Emily Dickinson

Exhilaration -- is within by Emily Dickinson

Exhilaration is the Breeze by Emily Dickinson

Expanse cannot be lost -- by Emily Dickinson

Expectation -- is Contentment -- by Emily Dickinson

Experience is the Angled Road by Emily Dickinson

Experiment escorts us last -- by Emily Dickinson

Experiment to me by Emily Dickinson

Extol thee -- could I? Then I will by Emily Dickinson

Exultation is the going by Emily Dickinson

Facts by our side are never sudden by Emily Dickinson

Fairer through Fading -- as the Day by Emily Dickinson

Faith -- is the Pierless Bridge by Emily Dickinson

Falsehood of Thee could I suppose by Emily Dickinson

Fame is a bee. by Emily Dickinson

Fame is a fickle food by Emily Dickinson

Fame is the one that does not stay -- by Emily Dickinson

Fame is the tine that Scholars leave by Emily Dickinson

Fame of Myself, to justify, by Emily Dickinson

Fame's Boys and Girls, who never die by Emily Dickinson

Far from Love the Heavenly Father by Emily Dickinson

Fate slew Him, but He did not drop -- by Emily Dickinson

Few, yet enough, by Emily Dickinson

Finding is the first Act by Emily Dickinson

Finite -- to fail, but infinite to Venture -- by Emily Dickinson

Fitter to see Him, I may be by Emily Dickinson

Floss won't save you from an Abyss by Emily Dickinson

Flowers -- Well -- if anybody by Emily Dickinson

Follow wise Orion by Emily Dickinson

For Death -- or rather by Emily Dickinson

For each ecstatic instant by Emily Dickinson

For Each Ecstatic Instant by Emily Dickinson

For every Bird a Nest by Emily Dickinson

For largest Woman's Hearth I knew by Emily Dickinson

For this -- accepted Breath by Emily Dickinson

Forbidden Fruit a flavor has by Emily Dickinson

Forever -- it composed of Nows -- by Emily Dickinson

Forever at His side to walk by Emily Dickinson

Forever honored by the Tree by Emily Dickinson

Forget! The lady with the Amulet by Emily Dickinson

Fortitude incarnate by Emily Dickinson

Four Trees -- upon a solitary Acre -- by Emily Dickinson

Frequently the wood are pink by Emily Dickinson

Frigid and sweet Her parting Face -- by Emily Dickinson

From all the Jails the Boys and Girls by Emily Dickinson

From Blank to Blank -- by Emily Dickinson

From Cocoon forth a Butterfly by Emily Dickinson

From his slim Palace in the Dust by Emily Dickinson

From Us She wandered now a Year, by Emily Dickinson

Funny -- to be a Century by Emily Dickinson

Funny to be a Century by Emily Dickinson

Further in Summer than the Birds by Emily Dickinson

Garland for Queens, may be by Emily Dickinson

Gathered into the Earth, by Emily Dickinson

Give little Anguish by Emily Dickinson

Given in Marriage unto Thee by Emily Dickinson

Glass was the Street -- in tinsel Peril by Emily Dickinson

Glee -- The great storm is over -- by Emily Dickinson

Glory is that bright tragic thing by Emily Dickinson

Glowing is her Bonnet, by Emily Dickinson

Go not too near a House of Rose -- by Emily Dickinson

Go slow, my soul, to feed thyself by Emily Dickinson

Go thy great way! by Emily Dickinson

God gave a Loaf to every Bird -- by Emily Dickinson

God is a distant -- stately Lover by Emily Dickinson

God is indeed a jealous God -- by Emily Dickinson

God made a little Gentian by Emily Dickinson

God made no act without a cause, by Emily Dickinson

God permits industrious Angels by Emily Dickinson

Going to Heaven! by Emily Dickinson

Going to Him! Happy letter! by Emily Dickinson

Good Morning -- Midnight by Emily Dickinson

Good Night! Which put the Candle out? by Emily Dickinson

Good night, because we must, by Emily Dickinson

Good to hide, and hear 'em hunt! by Emily Dickinson

Gratitude -- is not the mention by Emily Dickinson

Great Caesar! Condescend by Emily Dickinson

Great Streets of silence led away by Emily Dickinson

Grief is a Mouse -- by Emily Dickinson

Growth of Man -- like Growth of Nature -- by Emily Dickinson

Guest am I to have by Emily Dickinson



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