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DublinersThe: "Approach that tree with caution, then up it boldly climb, And seize the one thou lovest, nor care for space, or time!" Emily Dickinson

atticesoterica: Vintage First Day of Issue Postage Stamps, American Poet Emily Dickinson, American Painter John Sloan, American Museum of National History

lixthu: I hide myself within my flower, That wearing on your breast, You, unsuspecting, wear me too - And angels know the rest. I hide myself within my flower, That, fading from your vase, You, unsuspecting, feel for me Almost a loneliness. - Emily Dickinson

micah_gj: Gonna level with y'all I'd have def whooped Emily Dickinson in a fistfight, no cap

IDToastProject: At my neighbor’s for his daughter’s birthday party—the bathroom has three empty toilet paper rolls and a battered copy of Emily Dickinson

Asma_AJ_: On page 49 of 214 of The Selected Poems of Emily Dickinson, by Emily Dickinson

ReadingsBooks: 'Forgive me if I am frightened; I never see strangers & hardly know what I say.' A longtime pen pal meets Emily Dickinson:

RadioFreeTom: This is a speech that is making Pat Buchanan‘s 1992 Republican convention speech sound like Emily Dickinson

apgarzag: The Bustle in a House The Morning after Death Is solemnest of industries Enacted opon Earth – The Sweeping up the Heart And putting Love away We shall not want to use again Until Eternity – Emily Dickinson

Spill_Words: If Those I Loved Were Lost a poem by: Emily Dickinson   If those I loved were lost The Crier's voice would tell me -- If those I loved were found The bells of Ghent would ring -- Did those I loved repose The Daisy

edavidds: A little Madness in the Spring Is wholesome even for the King, But God be with the Clown – Who ponders this tremendous scene – This whole Experiment of Green – As if it were his own! Emily Dickinson

piero_degli: By homely gifts and hindered words The human heart is told Of nothing "Nothing" is the force That renovates the World Emily Dickinson

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Poem2Poem: Hope is the thing with feathers / That perches in the soul, / And sings the tune without the words, / And never stops at all, - Emily Dickinson

imsabbah: Too relatable, with the exception of her literary talent. Emily Dickinson, and her chosen life of solitude.

etunner: Life is a bee, It has a song – It has a sting – Ah, too, it has a wing. Emily Dickinson. . . j

imsabbah: "Such a woman, who also shuns socialisation and enjoys solitude, should be distrusted and/or dissected, because she is supposedly an irregularity, a glitch in the normal order of things. Emily Dickinson fulfilled all of these criteria."

ary14DR: Probably going to use these Emily Dickinson lines in all emails going forward

ConjugateThis: Malcolm X is a Boss. Emily Dickinson is my hero. Elvis Presley is an icon. Besides this business... I believe in elephants that can paint cuz it's neat. Finally, where would we be without the genius of Pearl Kendrick ?

sarahillismusic: Here's the latest episode of The Dreaming Place. You can also check it out using your favourite way of consuming podcasts. It features Emily Dickinson's poem 453 as set to music by me.

LiteraryVienna: „A charm invests a face Imperfectly beheld,— The lady dare not lift her veil For fear it be dispelled. But peers beyond her mesh, And wishes, and denies,— Lest interview annul a want That image satisfies.“ Emily Dickinson Complete Poems

LeyendoArcoIris: 5 of 5 stars to El escritorio de Emily Dickinson by David Aceituno

NiggaTheory: Hear, hear: “Much Madness is divinest Sense—To a discerning Eye Much Sense—the starkest Madness” (Emily Dickinson) Another kind of insanity whites used to accuse blacks of was “drapetomania,” which supposedly caused enslaved blacks to flee captivity. I’m that kind of crazy.

jeff_tweetey: this is literally a new hampshire summer

DanielTorday: Emily Dickinson was like A place—I know—

kiymasizkek: dickinson - emily and sue

The_Millions: Thomas Wentworth Higginson was pen pals with poet Emily Dickinson for eight years before the two finally met face-to-face.

BulkBookstore: "There is no frigate like a book to take us lands away..." ― Emily Dickinson

Bubbles_The_Not: went on an emily dickinson binge last night and only got like 3 (?) hours of sleep before work cause i didnt sleep until 8 am and i think thats very snazzy of me

CotteyEnglish: Summer in the [Emily Dickinson's] Garden with Marta McDowell, July 17 12:30-1:30pm

Bsovei: Hope is the thing with feathers That perches in the soul And sings the tune without the words And never stops at all - Emily Dickinson

storyforf: T'was my one Glory- Let it be Remembered I was owned of Thee- ──Emily Dickinson【1028】

neuromuse: How to Have an Emily Dickinson Summer

angelihide: What I wouldn't give to live a cottagecore life with Emily Dickinson. Truly heaven on earth right there, boiz.

cynthiaruth95: I'm Nobody! Who are you? Are you - Nobody- too? Then there's a pair of us! Don't tell! they'd advertise - you know! -Emily Dickinson

LinesOfLife4: Dwell in possibility. Emily Dickinson

LilyRoseMills: One need not be a Chamber - to be Haunted - One need not be a House - The Brain has Corridors - surpassing Material Place Far safer, of a Midnight Meeting External ghost Than its interior Confronting That Cooler Host. - Emily Dickinson

NTProff: Molly Shannon's new movie where she plays Emily Dickinson was hilariously absurd without being stupid, researched but not dull and after lots of laughter I got teary in a way that made a nice end to Pride month

todays_art: Emily Dickinson, Why Do I Love You, Sir? Why do I love” You, Sir? Because— The Wind does not require the Grass To answer—Wherefore when He pass She cannot keep Her place. Because He knows—and Do not You— And We know not— Enough for Us The Wisdom it be so— /1

turnstiless: criminal minds using my favourite emily dickinson poem as a quote...god tier

yashkaf: Emily Dickinson explaining loss aversion and prospect theory.

hahabirdpumpkin: We need Franklin Pierce for president again. Reading in this Emily Dickinson book about abolitionists storming Faneuil Hall in Boston. He approved for the United States Marshall there to call out federal troops, saying, " The law must be executed."

hahabirdpumpkin: It seems things were about as crazy as they are now pre-Civil War. I suppose you had the anti-slavery people, then you had the more extreme abolitionists. In Emily Dickinson book: " 'Massachusetts anti-slavery differs much from New York or Pennsylvania antislavery,' one...

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cypherkinks: 39. “if i should die,” emily dickinson

daviddeyoung: Just arrived in the post. A little light reading for the beach this summer, all 770 pages of faber and faber’s Emily Dickinson, The Complete Poems. Casts an actual shadow.

Russell__Aaron: As we arrive at the second half of the wildest year in recent memory - persevere! “Hope is the thing with feathers That perches in the soul And sings the tune without the words And never stops at all.” ― Emily Dickinson

drabureesh: "If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry." - Emily Dickinson

charliewattson: emily dickinson really is that middle sister

MisterGoldsmith: There is no frigate like a book To take us lands away - Emily Dickinson

jellykim88: Emily Dickinson being a comedian for 8 minutes "straight"

HotCoalsTheatre: As the pubs and restaurants open this weekend but theatres are told they can’t host live performances, I think we all need a little of this for the future! Hope by Emily Dickinson!

lauraeveengel: Emily Dickinson is like I know—a Spot— Where once was None— Where once—the Land—was bare— And so—I marked My little Spot— With—"Emily wuz here"

GemmitiMoreno: " I must go in, the fog is rising. " - Emily Dickinson photo, Tunguska

nesmustdie: i have been feeling half dead since the seizure this weekend n still in pain but it’s ok cus u know who else had seizures??? my Gay idol emily dickinson. yes this is my coming out tweet

Quotesme_: How strange that nature does not knock, and yet does not intrude! Emily Dickinson

marleyvp: brb sitting in kayak reading emily dickinson

mingbot1: Ming. Emily Dickinson admitted to two boys at the day.

Tymon1965: "Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul - and sings the tunes without the words - and never stops at all." ~ Emily Dickinson (1830 - 1886)

Poem2Poem: A precious, mouldering pleasure 't is / To meet an antique book, - Emily Dickinson

6y9brows: Superiority to fate Is difficult to learn. 'T is not conferred by any, But possible to earn -Emily Dickinson

youran_shi: “If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry.” -- Emily Dickinson

PRINCE2PROJECT: Success is committing to give your best no matter what the circumstances: Success is counted sweetest by those who never succeed. -Emily Dickinson

UmmHafi: me, extremely emily dickinson energy: " — " my editor: " , "

ValorOlivia: I wish you a kinder sea. -- Emily Dickinson

MeaningBot42: Emily Dickinson was born on this day in 1978.

Lille_Milk: “Move over, hot girls! This year is all about depressed seclusion”.

treizemacarons: "Answer July— Where is the Bee— Where is the Blush— Where is the Hay? Ah, said July— Where is the Seed— Where is the Bud— Where is the May— Answer Thee—Me—" - Emily Dickinson☀️ ➡️Swipe to see another…

Reductress: How to Have an Emily Dickinson Summer:

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KDRussellNYC: As we near the half year's end, I'm proud of my New Year's resolution for 2020--to to get out and about less than Emily Dickinson.

MasonSmith4L: Emily Dickinson was really about it huh

JeffMach: Emily Dickinson said she dwelt in 'possibility', which is actually the part of Pittsburg that no-one likes to visit.

auravitale: Each that we lose takes part of us; A crescent still abides, Which like the moon, some turbid night, Is summoned by the tides. Emily Dickinson

sentfromipod: Emily Dickinson saw a bird come down the walk. All I see are hotdogs on 7 eleven rollers.

Murfreesboro_: Where thou art, that is home. -Emily Dickinson

wordstoframe: "I fear a man of frugal speech I fear a silent man, Haranguer - I can overtake Or Babbler - entertain But He who weigheth, while the rest expend their furthest pound, of this man, I am wary I fear that he is grand" - I Fear A Man Of Frugal Speech by Emily Dickinson

LouisMichaelX: How strange that Nature does not knock, and yet does not intrude! - Emily Dickinson

BotBoredom: I bet slow dancing with Emily Dickinson would kill a few hours.

chikuwa100q_bot: 82. Truth is so rare/ that it is delightful to tell it. [Emily Dickinson]

Lazer_Spammer: It's not that I'm Ace it's that I'm only attracted to people out of my reach like Death and Emily Dickinson

CFP_Bot: Visualizing Laws: Emily Dickinson and Actors

NanyGodzalez: I retaliated by saying on an episode of our school TV show “I wish I could bring Emily Dickinson back from the dead so I could kill her myself” I was a snarky, ridiculous teenager, but who isn’t?

IndianArtEdge: "Hope is the thing with feathers" Emily Dickinson

ChrisBohjalian: "Will there really be a 'Morning'? Is there such a thing as 'Day'? Could I see it from the mountains If I were as tall as they?" -- Emily Dickinson Yes, it is July 2nd. Another dawn, another day. Stay safe; stay sane; wear a mask -- and show someone you care they are here.

Dadsuuu: Found the exact letter! Email ala Emily Dickinson: I hope that you have Power as much of Peace as in our deep existence maybe possible. To multiply Harbors does not reduce the Sea.

woahitsjuanito: I wrote about the wonderfully queer WILD NIGHTS WITH EMILY pretty extensively over the last year and change & would really like to recommend checking it out now that it’s on Hulu if you haven’t seen it yet. Funny, romantic, and tragic in equal parts.

alivetoamuse: reading emily dickinson makes me wanna cry

gwynsiders: “Hope is the thing with feathers⁠ That perches in the soul⁠ And sings the tune without the words⁠ And never stops at all.”⁠ ― Emily Dickinson⁠ ⁠ ⁠ Media Source:

RMcRymple: Man...what did Emily Dickinson's ancestors do to get that name? I get John Hancock, but Dickinson...whew.

VictorianNerd: Everyone’s forgetting about Emily Dickinson and it makes me sad

ShooshooGirl: Success is counted sweetest By those who ne’er succeed. To comprehend a nectar Requires sorest need. (Emily Dickinson, 112)

LadyLazarus1988: "Heaven"—is what I cannot reach! Emily Dickinson

auxty: building a habit of sunbathing with my cats on the sidewalk & reading emily dickinson over coffee

UntilEternityAU: "The Bustle in a House The Morning after Death Is solemnest of industries Enacted opon Earth – The Sweeping up the Heart And putting Love away We shall not want to use again Until Eternity –" (The Bustle in a House, Emily Dickinson)

themoviehog: “If I Can Stop One Heart from Breaking” by Emily Dickinson

hahabirdpumpkin: Samuel Bowles, owner and editor of the Springfield Republican newspaper and good friend of Emily Dickinson. He and his wife visited the Dickinson family often. He called her "the Queen Recluse who has overcome the world." When he left for Europe "she deeply missed him."

PicoIyer: “To be worthy of what we lose is the supreme aim,” as Emily Dickinson saw with such unwavering clarity.

aries__girl: Forever is composed of nows Emily Dickinson

Paid_My_Dues_: 'That it will never come again is what makes life so sweet.' ~ Emily Dickinson

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