Emily Dickinson Poems
- 551. Bring Me The Sunset In A Cup
- 552. The Brain—is Wider Than The Sky
- 553. While Asters—
- 554. We See—comparatively
- 555. Patience—has A Quiet Outer
- 556. She Lay As If At Play
- 557. Crumbling Is Not An Instant's Act
- 558. Forever—it Composed Of Nows
- 559. The Brain—is Wider Than The Sky
- 560. My Garden—like The Beach
My Gardenâ??like the Beachâ??
Denotes there beâ??a Seaâ??That's Summerâ??
- 561. A Dying Tiger—moaned For Drink
- 562. We Lose—because We Win
- 563. My Life Had Stood
My life had stood--a Loaded Gun--
In Corners--till a Day The Owner passed--identified--
- 564. The Snow That Never Drifts
at comes a single time a Year
Is softly driving now -
- 565. The Brain Within It's Groove
The brain within its groove
Runs evenly and true; But let a splinter swerve,
- 566. They Say That 'time Assuages,
They say that 'time assuages,'--
Time never did assuage;An actual suffering strengthens,
- 567. It's Thoughts—and Just One Heart
It's thoughtsâ??and just One Heartâ??
And Old Sunshineâ??aboutâ??Make frugalâ??Onesâ??Contentâ??
- 568. So Glad We Are—a Stranger'd Deem
- 569. I've Known A Heaven, Like A Tent
- 570. Love—thou Art High
- 571. Expectation—is Contentment
- 572. The Face I Carry With Me—last
- 573. The Guest Is Gold And Crimson
- 574. There's Something Quieter Than Sleep
- 575. Nature The Gentlest Mother Is
Nature the gentlest mother is,
Impatient of no child, The feeblest of the waywardest.
- 576. Is It Dead—find It
- 577. The Color Of A Queen, Is This
- 578. Bound—a Trouble
- 579. I Lived On Dread; To Those Who Know
I lived on dread; to those who know
The stimulus there isIn danger, other impetus
- 580. I Came To Buy A Smile—today
- 581. 'twas Love—not Me
- 582. A Toad Can Die Of Light!
A toad can die of light!
Death is the common right Of toads and men,--
- 583. If This Is "fading"
- 584. He Who In Himself Believes
- 585. I Was The Slightest In The House
- 586. I Want—it Pleaded—all Its Life—
"I want"â??it pleadedâ??All its lifeâ??
I wantâ??was chief it saidWhen Skill entreated itâ??the lastâ??
- 587. "i Want"—it Pleaded—all Its Life
- 588. I Gained It So
- 589. Yesterday Is History
'Tis Philosophy -
- 590. The Road Was Lit With Moon And Star
and still -
Descried I - by the distant LightA Traveller on a Hill -
- 591. Bee! I'm Expecting You!
- 592. The Mountains—grow Unnoticed
- 593. Wert Thou But Ill—that I Might Show Thee
- 594. Why Make It Doubt—it Hurts It So
- 595. My Worthiness Is All My Doubt
- 596. How Far Is It To Heaven?
- 597. I Watched The Moon Around The House (629)
I watched the Moon around the House
Until upon a Pane -- She stopped -- a Traveller's privilege -- for Rest --
- 598. My First Well Day—since Many Ill
- 599. "houses"—so The Wise Men Tell Me
- 600. The Martyr Poets—did Not Tell
Total 2404 poems written by Emily Dickinson