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depression_yrna: Applying Freudian Concepts to the Poem The Heart Seeks Pleasure First by Emily Dickinson The purpose of this paper is to apply Freudian concepts to a particular poem, in this case... Click on link to read.

mclees_fiona: “The things that never can come back, are several. Childhood - some forms of Hope - the Dead.” Two sides to this Emily Dickinson manuscript - poetry on one, coconut cake recipe on the other. What a great example of how manuscripts offer something way beyond the printed word.

moonchildeus: currently dickinson, emily dickinson, back to the future (?) aaand i don’t read books that bring comfort

claudiaebell: emily dickinson, will you comfort me and be my constant spiritual companion?

Sprachstudentin: The headteacher was OK though actually. She was known as being EXTREMELY harsh. I once witnessed her say to a kid in a hoodie, "If I see you wearing that again I'll make you eat it!" (Ms Pickwell coded) But I have good memories of her teaching me about Emily Dickinson poems

emmy_anderson: “I wish you a kinder sea.” + Emily Dickinson

xoneple: Parting is all we know of heaven and all we need to know of hell. (Emily Dickinson)

sugarcomatosed: My favorite compliments “in top three of fits you’ve worn” “you look like you hang out with Emily Dickinson”(affectionate)

NelotMusic: Screw it, imma use Emily Dickinson work as lyrics for my music

dreaamermaid: Omg i love the scene where Emily Dickinson meets Sylvia Plath lol

HoughtonLib: To preserve the integrity of her work, Emily Dickinson privately copied more than 800 poems by hand and sewed them into small booklets, known as fascicles. On view now in our exhibition on self-publishing: “I taste a liquor never brewed” (ca. 1858-1864), MS Am 1118.3, (72a).

danaprowe: Emily Dickinson (Writer): The American poet Emily Dickinson faced rejection during her lifetime, with only a handful of her poems published before her death. Critics considered her style unconventional and her subject matter too introspective.

_bbyrawan: just remembered how someone was talking about emily dickinson at uni… love

arealmofwonder: • Emily Dickinson •

danamalsaleh: I felt a Funeral, in my Brain, (340) By Emily Dickinson I felt a Funeral, in my Brain, And Mourners to and fro Kept treading - treading - till it seemed That Sense was breaking through - And when they all were seated, A Service, like a Drum - Kept beating - beating - till I

MayaCPopa: "I am half afraid to hope for what I long for." — Emily Dickinson in letter to Abiah Root, August 1851

selnleylanzli: "Unable are the loved to die, for love is immortality." — Emily Dickinson

LeonardTillerma: Poem of the week: After Great Pain … by Emily Dickinson

DolphPenguiman: Forever is composed of nows. - Emily Dickinson

YahiaLababidi: Emily Dickinson wrote this on the back of an envelope: "We introduce ourselves To Planets and to Flowers But with ourselves Have etiquettes Embarrassments And awes"

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MayaCPopa: "I tore open your letter and licked the envelope’s seal for any lingering trace of you." — Emily Dickinson (in a letter to Susan Gilbert)

chrissyerickso: wtf is the connection between emily dickinson and print artists someone explain

harrrowing: Emily Dickinson c.1862

brainpicker: Welcome spring with a meditation on flowers as a lens on the meaning of life, starring Emily Dickinson, Michael Pollan, and The Little Prince

ara_hagopian: Emily Dickinson is the greatest townie of all time.

mariadurda24: 48. “Unable are the loved to die, for love is immortality.” —Emily Dickinson

tanziesisipho: 48. “Unable are the loved to die, for love is immortality.” —Emily Dickinson

ihatekIaus: Emily Dickinson when Emih8u Vaginaoutdaughter walks in

ABSolutely6Pack: 48. “Unable are the loved to die, for love is immortality.” —Emily Dickinson

CanYouRelatABLE: 48. “Unable are the loved to die, for love is immortality.” —Emily Dickinson

ValerioLivia: If this is "fading" Oh let me immediately "fade"! If this is "dying" Bury me, in such a shroud of red! If this is "sleep," On such a night How proud to shut the eye! Good evening, gentle Fellow men! Peacock presumes to die! ~Emily Dickinson Ode al Tramonto - 1859 (mia foto)

BarbFollowTrain: 48. “Unable are the loved to die, for love is immortality.” —Emily Dickinson

FratcherBot: Okay I'm ready to think Emily Dickinson would

lirengty: 48. “Unable are the loved to die, for love is immortality.” —Emily Dickinson

linzzcs: Emily Dickinson:

lqtang: My hot take is that, if we're going to compare Rup* Ka** to a can*nical poet, it should be Amy Lowell, not Emily Dickinson

haizsainz: kate bishop & emily dickinson my gfs

guckert_k: These mfers ain’t gonna do nothing about guns nothing about Covid and nothing about climate. Bury my ass in a voting booth and set it on fire and send it out to sea. Gonna read Emily Dickinson until then . ✌️

snackowska: welp, as emily dickinson wrote, “I’m Nobody! Who are you?”

LizanneFlynn: "That it will never come again is what makes life sweet." ~ Emily Dickinson

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vickimiko: Flowers by Clarissa Munger Badger — the artist who seeded Emily Dickinson’s botanial inspiration.

keeleyjones_iwm: get yourself a husband who will recite Emily Dickinson to you because your laterally processing brain can't read poetry, but can listen to it... like a good song.

johnhsather: “I shall know why” writes poet Emily Dickinson, “when time is over, And I have ceased to wonder why; Christ will explain each separate anguish. In the fair schoolroom of the sky.”

DolphPenguiman: Forever is composed of nows. - Emily Dickinson

abdmobarak85: ..، And then to go to sleep And then if it should be The will of its Inquisitor The liberty to die Emily Dickinson

holdengraber: I died for Beauty — but was scarce “And so, as Kinsmen, we met a Night — Until the Moss had reached our lips - And covered up - Our names -” ~ Emily Dickinson

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swiftgayships: emily x sue (dickinson) oh i can’t stop you putting roots in my dreamland

rajoyceUCB: —Emily Dickinson

Dawnesme: “Emily Dickinson will probably go the Gold Cup route and she’ll start in Navan in the Vintage Crop Stakes. She was very good over two miles here and when she stepped up in trip was by far her best.” - Aidan O’Brien

rachske: If you think about it Emily Dickinson invented Twitter

fjgykiss: 60. “Morning without you is a dwindled dawn.“ — Emily Dickinson

songbouther: emily dickinson te amo

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haizzrudd: saudades emily dickinson

Balgowallah: Whenever I see the name "Morrison" trending, hope springs in this old, cockeyed optimist's heart that he's finally been arrested or ejected from Parliament. Nothing so far, but as with the great Emily Dickinson, my "Hope is the thing with feathers"

haiku_shack: I'm having a lot of fun with my podcast! Currently focusing on my favorite poems by Emily Dickinson.

apricaliptica: "Unable are the Loved to die For Love is Immortality, Nay, it is Deity" Emily Dickinson

AmmarShata: “The Soul selects her own Society” - Emily Dickinson

alexwh: Emily Dickinson - the veil

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alexwh: The liberty to die - Emily Dickinson - Abraham Rogatnick

MuitoFina: “If I can stop one heart from breaking” by Emily Dickinson | Daily Poetry -

lacancircle: Fine poets do psychoanalysis: “I know nothing in the world that has as much power as a word. Sometimes I write one, and I look at it, until it begins to shine.” Emily Dickinson

LeVostreGC: A daye wythout anachronism ys lyke Emily Dickinson wythout her lightsaber.

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

dereklords: It's all I have to bring to-day, This, and my heart beside, This, and my heart, and all the fields, And all the meadows wide. Be sure you count, should I forget, -- Some one the sum could tell, -- This, and my heart, and all the bees Which in the clover dwell. -Emily Dickinson

stretua24635: 60. “Morning without you is a dwindled dawn.“ — Emily Dickinson

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anuragbatrayo: “If I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain; If I can ease one life the aching, Or cool one pain, Or help one fainting robin Unto his nest again, I shall not live in vain.” ― Emily Dickinson

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Vedanta j. Schirmer, poet: I truly love emily dickinson's poems. She is like me.
'I'm just an unknown poet And no-one ever knows me.'
Vedanta j. Schirmer, the unknown poet
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Sahil : She is the nightingale of USA
Sahil : Emily Dickinson is one of my favourite poets
Mrs. De-kroon: hey Grace i really like your language features in your poem so far, however you do need to add more comers, and full stops please!! I know its hard, but thats what you need to add to get a higher mark. Keep up the brilliant work Grace you can do this!!! ;)
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Did Our Best Moment last
 by Emily Dickinson

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Did Our Best Moment last-
'Twould supersede the Heaven-
A few-and they by Risk-procure-
So this Sort-are not given-

Except as stimulants-in
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