This is the view from the Homestead, the poet Emily Dickinson's home, recreated as part of an exhibit about her gardens at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. It's a lovely exhibit, interspersing her poetry, much of which was inspired by nature, with flowers and plants.

This is the view from the Homestead, the poet Emily Dickinson's home, recreated as part of an exhibit about her gardens at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. It's a lovely exhibit, interspersing her poetry, much of which was inspired by nature, with flowers and plants.

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Feathers Art Print | Hope | Emily Dickinson Watercolor Quote | Katie Daisy Wall Art | 8x10 | 11x14
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A Teenage Emily Dickinson's Careful Collection of Dried Flowers - from the Houghton Library at Harvard University

A Teenage Emily Dickinson's Careful Collection of Dried Flowers - from the Houghton Library at Harvard University

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And Here’s The Only Other Known Photo Of Dickinson, Taken In 1847 When She Was A Teenager | Rare Photo Of Emily Dickinson Emerges, Only Second Known Photo Of Her In History 1847

And Here’s The Only Other Known Photo Of Dickinson, Taken In 1847 When She Was A Teenager | Rare Photo Of Emily Dickinson Emerges, Only Second Known Photo Of Her In History 1847

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Pages from the herbarium, or homemade book of pressed plant specimens, compiled by a 14-year-old Emily Dickinson.

Pages from the herbarium, or homemade book of pressed plant specimens, compiled by a 14-year-old Emily Dickinson.

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Emily Dickinson -- From the daguerreotype taken at Mount Holyoke, December 1846 or early 1847. This is the only authenticated portrait of her after childhood. The premier American female poet.

Emily Dickinson -- From the daguerreotype taken at Mount Holyoke, December 1846 or early 1847. This is the only authenticated portrait of her after childhood. The premier American female poet.

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Emily Dickinson. American poet. Giving more to those that followed her than anyone else, she is in every poet we read, every word that is written. Even when she is not, she is there, in her lacks. She eschewed the long vision of some of the finest poets in English, but no one did more with less, and this was her genius, along with something of a bitter wit. A person can be alone in the universe, and yet as long as they have literature, they need never worry.

Emily Dickinson. American poet. Giving more to those that followed her than anyone else, she is in every poet we read, every word that is written. Even when she is not, she is there, in her lacks. She eschewed the long vision of some of the finest poets in English, but no one did more with less, and this was her genius, along with something of a bitter wit. A person can be alone in the universe, and yet as long as they have literature, they need never worry.

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