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jenbenka: Emily Dickinson fans— join us tomorrow night for this special convo in NYC...

stereostories: This is all that there is and ever was, today: Emily Dickinson, Freelancer

1yson: I may have a crush on Emily Dickinson

matildepatta: Because I could not stop for Death He kindly stopped for me The Carriage held but just Ourselves And Immortality. Emily Dickinson

FrancoCast: Apple TV’s new “Dickinson” Comedy about Emily Dickinson with Hailee Steinfeld, Jane Krakowski, and Toby Huss

TimSullivan714: Found this Facebook epiphany today (credit Kerstin Schwandt): Most of Emily Dickinson's poems can be sung to the Gilligan's Island theme. Try it: "Because I could not stop for death - He kindly stopped for me - The Carriage held but just Ourselves - And immortality."

lianlianqi: Emily Dickinson, Freelancer

ellen_adair: Okay. Move over, not only Hailee Steinfeld, move over actual Emily Dickinson, because I love this poem so much I want a tattoo of it.

regionaljoseph: pause... watching dickinson and now emily is falling in love w some random old guy? this is not what i signed up for. give me my gays back

techie_earp: does anyone here watch dickinson?? bc i am in lOve with emily and sue omg

megansarahj: Treasure

cartoonbirds: that scene in dickinson where emily is checking if she got her period but has to raise like fifteen different petticoats before she finally sees blood is the funniest scene in television

sheherzog: It's just bizarre to me you people will buy all of Apple TV + for that one Emily Dickinson show and be mad when you don't like anything else. P*rateB*y is right there.

diy_website: Top story: Emily Dickinson, Freelancer | The New Yorker

mingbot1: Ming. Emily Dickinson admitted to units, for the dopamine structure, particle collision was not be cautious, he had the sea,

justfordave: A lot of Emily Dickinson’s poems suck!

emily_lip: excuse me but billie eilish is in the first episode of dickinson, what

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

howlinghannah: “like... socrates would ~love~ emily dickinson.”

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archiveshailees: hailee steinfeld plays ‘emily dickinson poem or celebrity post?’

emdavis3: Honestly all of Apple TV+ was worth it for the scene in Dickinson where Emily and Death, played by Wiz Khalifa, smoke a joint while “bury a friend” by Billie Eilish plays.

meganmorrone: This is my favorite version of Emily Dickinson

AnnaCrichton: I have at least 65 pgs to write and turn in before the end of the semester (in 4 weeks) so did I decide to download Tik Tok and neglect all of my work?? Idk, but I haven’t been cackling for the past three hours from analyzing Emily Dickinson poetry I’ll tell you that

MaralynBurstein: A great book like a :Jane Eyre,An Edition of Shakespeare,or collection of Emily Dickinson's poems can keep the soul of a child alive until they can find help.Each great book is like a giant flame for the soul-a time capsule that exists out of time.

MrsCommodore: (Like Emily Dickinson, cannot be seen. Anyone comes over, retire to my back room.) Beautiful once, now, a curious object of pity.)

viviviolet_cos: emily dickinson was masc-aligned nonbinary trans and you CANNOT change my mind

mergon_: not to sound too cool, but i cant stop thinking bout emily dickinson!!!! <3

RwaanAS: My river runs to thee Blue sea, wilt welcome me? My river waits reply. Oh sea, look graciously! I’ll fetch thee brooks From spotted nooks, Say, sea, Take me! — Emily Dickinson (1830–86).

ShmoF16: “How lonely this world is growing, something so desolate creeps over the spirit and we don't know its name, and it won't go away." — Emily Dickinson

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