Comments about Emily Dickinson
welfordwrites: To live is so startling it leaves little time for anything else. Emily Dickinson
NatForeman: the first lines of poems that start with ‘Her’ in
The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson, Faber & Faber, 1970
as they appear in Third Person Emily, Nat Foreman Editions, 2020
handsonbuterag: me after seeing emily and sue on dickinson
scrublinez: and hey angel is so very emily dickinson of them
BerlangaMoya: Emily Dickinson.
rosenbergsimp: buffy summers - btvs
(my life had stood - a loaded gun - emily dickinson)
Bitchadelphia: Because I could not stop for death
He kindly stopped for me
The carriage held but just ourselves
zkdjoon: sue gilbert every time she sees emily dickinson:
maro_baker: 1. Isabel Allende
2. Cornelia Funke
3. Emily Dickinson
4. Isabel Fraire
Marie351192721: Emily Dickinson was so hetero they said. But she wrote this about her sue and it’s Gay. It’s her sue, her sue only.
Jamil_Jubrail: Amazing writer and woman. Another great female author in my opinion who is underrated is the great Emily Dickinson- “Hope is the thing with feathers..”
scarthinbooks: There are bodies and there are are nobodies. Emily Dickinson knew the difference.
hellomyslimes: also the best writers in history (unpopular opinion) were women :: virginia woolf literally my favourite writer ever and emily dickinson the greatest female poet or even just the best poet
Marie351192721: My mom and I listened to Taylor swift on a cardrive after watching dickinsons s1 days ago and she literally said: wait, did Emily Dickinson also sing? What am I missing!? - and that’s what people mean when they say it’s an emisue album!!
TheWragbyGroup: HEART-WARMER for TODAY. On this International Women’s Day a poem all about hope by Emily Dickinson: ‘“Hope” is the thing with feathers - That perches in the soul - And sings the tune without the words - And never stops - at all.' (Revd. Mark)
AMoravcov: I think that Emily Dickinson getting her period was one of the funniest scenes ever lol firstly they showed us all the ridiculous layers that they have to be wearing and then Emily's reaction LOOOL
nancydrewripoff: Apologizing in advance for who I am about to become as I re-enter my “reads Emily Dickinson in her free time” phase
jmasseypoet: I'm Nobody! Who are you?
Are you - Nobody - too?
Then there's a pair of us!
Dont tell! they'd advertise - you know!
How dreary - to be - Somebody!
How public - like a Frog -
To tell one's name - the livelong June -
To an admiring Bog!
catl_15: i just spent like 2 and a half hours reading and annotating 10 emily dickinson poems in one sitting and i feel like a new woman, i think i’ve read like 60 of her poems within the past month and i’ve loved every single one of them goodnight moon
richaTHEBUG: Emily Dickinson when she hit a poet’s block..
Emily: I have, but I don’t anymore.
Frederick Law Olmsted: Then you need to get lost, totally lost.
teen4geriotgrrl: "If I read a book and it makes my whole body so cold no fire can ever warm me, I know that is poetry".
- Emily Dickinson<3
lgbtevermore: can't wait for this classic to be playing during a sue and emily scene next season of dickinson
sarahs989: I just got result 'I'm Nobody! Who are you?' on quiz 'Which Emily Dickinson Poem Are You?'. What will you get?
enhipares: Emily Dickinson's poetry? superb
ChingDLopez: I’m so into Emily Dickinson’s poems.
swiftprkh: If there were a time machine that would take you to meet some famous person of antiquity, who would you like to t… — emily dickinson
gayle_dallas: In this short life
that only lasts an hour
How much -- How
little -- is
LitCrit911: Emily Dickinson is just Truman Capote for Illness anxiety disorder (Hypochondriasis).
lindsayjskinner: Hope is the thing with feathers -
That perches in the soul -
And sings the tune without the words -
And never stops - at all -
HandTBristol: "If I read a book and it makes my whole body so cold no fire can ever warm me, I know that is poetry"
- Emily Dickinson
mrsmeeer: menudo mood constante es emily dickinson
aesthetixbot: jock meets Emily Dickinson meets Harry Potter
oiiv_: "The soul selects her own society, then shuts the door"
— Emily Dickinson
fictionalmary: i'm having an "emily dickinson loving death" kinda day and i'm ok with it
duodickinson: Mornings with Emily Dickinson
sicaownsme: „Forever is composed of nows” - Emily Dickinson
mikala11nicole: "You're not Emily Dickinson!" re: my heavy use of dashes.
HarlivyBot: Emily Dickinson,” Pamela holds her body and let the moment.
thempkkam: Emily Dickinson
imaginativecons: “‘Hope’ is the thing with feathers” (poem by Emily Dickinson)
kavanavs: "We outgrow love, like other things
And put it in the Drawer --
Till it an Antique fashion shows --
Like Costumes Grandsires wore." -Emily Dickinson
austenblooms: "Her breast is fit for pearls,
But I was not a "Diver" -
Her brow is fit for thrones
But I have not a crest.
Her heart is fit for home -
I - a Sparrow - build there
Sweet of twigs and twine
My perennial nest." Emily Dickinson
ana_michaelsen: pensando naquela carta que a Emily Dickinson escreveu pra Susan Gilbert que dizia "we need not talk at all, our eyes would whisper for us, and your hand fast in mine, we would not ask for language"
SydneyPark18: Good morning friends! Spring is here bringing brilliant colors to our world.
Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul - and sings the tunes without the words - and never stops at all.
Wishing us all a beautiful melody in our hearts today.
maurojimm: In this short Life
that only/merely lasts an hour
How much — how
little — is
Emily Dickinson, "Envelope Poems".
LiteraryVienna: "Because I could not stop for Death -
He kindly stopped for me -
The Carriage held but just Ourselves -
Emily Dickinson, from poem 712
chrisrosenbau12: “Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul - and sings the tunes without the words - and never stops at all.”
local__celeb: the way emily dickinson locked herself in her room writing all those poems. she for sure didn’t have to pay rent
Kulambq: ~ Emily Dickinson, "I felt a Funeral, in my Brain"
bishopslantern: EW I JUST GOT TO THE DICKINSON EPISODE WHERE EMILY TRIES TO BLOW DEATH NO
ghllyah: " forever is composed of nows."
yourtrueblu3: It’s all I have to bring today (26) - emily dickinson
cuorecongelato_: the brain is wider for the sky,for,put them side by side,the one the other will include with ease,and you beside
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Aardvarkadillo: As I recall, the book began by telling how an undiscovered Emily Dickinson poem was discovered in 1997– written by the forger prior to his 1987 murder conviction.
Read the book. It’s fascinating.
theyellowsaber: I’m not the biggest poetry person to be honest, but Emily Dickinson is slowly changing my mind.
DolphPenguiman: Forever is composed of nows. - Emily Dickinson
tomgreentree: The mountain set upon the plain
In his eternal chair,
His observation omnifold,
His inquest everywhere.
The seasons prayed around his knees,
Like children round a sire;
Grandfather of the days is he,
Of dawn the ancestor.
joycebudenberg: Unable are the loved to die,
For love is immortality~
Photo/art: Magda Bognar
acesnixx: miss emily dickinson was HUNGRY
ctmcalilly: Jesus is the “tender pioneer.” h/t Emily Dickinson
wanderingmag23: Why does every creative soul that ever lived feel the most pain?
(Van Gogh, Emily Dickinson, Frost, Poe, Johnny Cash, Robin Williams)
_BansheeRider: “Because I could not stop for Death.
She kindly stopped for me. “
- Emily Dickinson.
azur_yani: We turn not older in years but newer everyday. - Emily Dickinson
aItruisticnic: emily dickinson after giving sam bowles her poems:
HollyEvanMarie: The Hills: New Beginnings
Emily in Paris
7th Heaven (3 seasons)*
The Bold Type
The Bachelorette (this season)
Grownish (this season)
TheGoodbyeBaby: A wounded deer leaps the highest.
— Emily Dickinson
segoveea: 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.
tuitabecca: a Emily em todo ep de dickinson
synoisia: Welp. I read an Emily Dickinson poem and now I'm more sad.
Poem2Poem: Two butterflies went out at noon / And waltzed above a stream. - Emily Dickinson
Clodagh_C: I’ve heard it in the chillest land -
And on the strangest Sea -
Yet - never - in Extremity,
It asked a crumb - of me.
- Emily Dickinson
liammiller87: Poems for Lent, Day 16.
It's all I have to bring today by Emily Dickinson.
kyluuh_27: "You have wars to fight, Emily Dickinson, but you must fight them in secret. Alone, unseen, you must give all the glory for yourself and ask from nothing from the world. You must be a nobody. The bravest most brilliant nobody ever existed."
HarunRashidK: How fascinating are these kids. I feel like Emily dickinson wrote these words for these special children.
The Child’s faith is new –
Whole – like His Principle –
Wide – like the Sunrise
RootsCanary: just learned that two of my big 3 are the same as emily dickinson's and i just think that that's a bit of a power move
noveltybooksgy: Forever is composed of nows.
ansuye: our american lit book homophobic for not including one gay poem/letter under emily dickinson's section
keilyameIia: I watch alot of queer tv shows and love most of them but something about Dickinson is really sticking with me, the relationship between sue and emily is something I haven't seen in a really long time & its just such a excellently written show
BotBoredom: When all else fails, there's always writing fanfiction about Emily Dickinson.
1980SBARNES: wait so am i supposed to take emily as a fictional character or as a real person bc i know emily dickinson was a real person but talking about that is kinda weird
christianbrodi: emily dickinson issa mood
Zen_Moments: Beauty is not caused. It is. ~ Emily Dickinson
MelanieJaxn: I'll tell you how the sun rose, a ribbon at a time.
The steeples swam in amethyst,
The news like squirrels ran.
The hills untied their bonnets,
The bobolinks begun.
Then I said softly to myself,
"That must have been the sun!
zceys: emily dickinson writing poems about seasonal depression,, me too queen
copycatkill3r: reading emily dickinson collected poems on the subway so everyone knows i’m a dyk3
SofrickinTasty: Ok I watched the Emily Dickinson bio-tainment where her girlfriend and her kiss for the 1st time but it feels so masculine and cheap; the shot, the aggression....it happens too quickly like the turbulence is the point rather than the soft romance instead of evening the 2 out.
swiftaftergIow: i love how taylor swift wrote ivy about emily dickinson and sue gilbert
luvlywalsh: i asked emily dickinson to be my girlfriend and she said he’s
_BellaW_: Feelin like Emily Dickinson had the right kinda vibe idk relatable
ElliottBlackwe3: Authors who would never be on Twitter:
Emily Dickinson (Too private)
Marcel Proust (Too wordy. No way he could keep to 280 characters)
Author who would be a bore on Twitter:
Hemingway (Too busy boasting & proving why he's more manly.)
ZeeshanJaanam: "Have you blossoms and books, those solaces of sorrow?"
—Emily Dickinson, in a letter to C. H. Clark, January 18, 1885
shaina_epstein: i’m reading emily dickinson love poems, and let’s just say my views on love has changed
comradedyke: i finished my emily dickinson essay and script for the video i need to record as her, feeling smart
ElliottBlackwe3: I think of Emily Dickinson sitting at her small writing table, scribbling her secret poems, hidden away from the world and yet so deep within it through her poems. Nothing was too small for her gaze (not a fly nor a bee nor death itself).
MC_Easton: Just remember the writers who changed everything, but didn't live long enough to see their work valued and paid as it deserved:
Zora Neale Hurston
Emily Dickinson (editors mauled what poems she did publish while alive)
Don't give up.
brainpicker: A children's book about Emily Dickinson? Yes, please!
bsrmuannaiotto: obcecada por emily dickinson
andevers: I have had a hard few days. I just want to thank Emily Dickinson who in two lines of poetry I discovered last week helps me get through each one. Leave it to a dead poet who didn’t leave her house much to help you feel less alone.
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