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Emily Dickinson, Wild nights

Were I with thee Wild nights should be Our luxury! Futile - the winds - To a Heart in port - Done with the Compass - Done with the Chart! Rowing in Eden - Ah - the Sea! Might I but moor - tonight - In thee!

Emily Dickinson: Herbarium  L'erbario originale è conservato nella biblioteca dell'Università di Harvard

These are pages from Emily Dickinson’s herbarium, or homemade book of pressed plant specimens. Assembled when Dickinson was a student at Amhers

She wrote almost 1,800 poems, but few were published in her lifetime. She rarely left her room, much less her father's house; locals regarded her as an eccentric. Yet Dickinson's verse grappled with big issues -- love and death and solitude -- and her passion is nearly unparalleled.

Burn-It-Down Memoirs From Women Who Lived Their Truth

Learn to make Emily Dickinson's recipe for Coconut Cake from an antique recipe in Emily's handwriting.

The DickThe Dickinson children (Emily on the left), ca. From the Dickinson Room at Houghton Library, Harvard University.inson children (Emily on the left), ca. From the Dickinson Room at Houghton Library, Harvard University.

Emily Dickinson

This is one of my favorite Emily Dickinson poems. It's beautiful, inspiring, and truthful. Just wonderful. Emily Dickinson Poem If I can stop one heart by Riverwaystudios

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