Bequest By Emily Dickinson

Bequest By Emily Dickinson You left me, sweet, two legacies, – A legacy of love A Heavenly Father would content, Had He the offer of; You left me boundaries of pain Capacious as the sea, Between eternity and time, Your consciousness and me. Copyright © by the owner. Discover More Poetry

Loyalty By Emily Dickinson

Loyalty By Emily Dickinson Split the lark and you’ll find the music, Bulb after bulb, in silver rolled, Scantily dealt to the summer morning, Saved for your ear when lutes be old. Loose the flood, you shall find it patent, Gush after gush, reserved for you; Scarlet experiment! sceptic Thomas, Now, do you doubt that […]

The Luxury To Apprehend By Emily Dickinson

The Luxury To Apprehend By Emily Dickinson The Luxury to apprehend The Luxury ‘twould be To look at Thee a single time An Epicure of Me In whatsoever Presence makes Till for a further Food I scarcely recollect to starve So first am I supplied- The Luxury to meditate The Luxury it was To banguet […]

Luck Is Not A Chance By Emily Dickinson

Luck Is Not A Chance By Emily Dickinson Luck is not chance— It’s Toil— Fortune’s expensive smile Is earned— The Father of the Mine Is that old-fashioned Coin We spurned— Copyright © by the owner. Discover More Poetry

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I took My Power In My Hand By Emily Dickinson

I took My Power In My Hand By Emily Dickinson I took my Power in my Hand— And went against the World— ‘Twas not so much as David—had— But I—was twice as bold— Copyright © by the owner. Discover More Poetry

I Noticed People Disappeared By Emily Dickinson

I Noticed People Disappeared By Emily Dickinson I noticed People disappeared When but a little child — Supposed they visited remote Or settled Regions wild — But did because they died A Fact withheld the little child — Copyright © by the owner. Discover More Poetry

The Feet Of People Walking Home By Emily Dickinson

The Feet Of People Walking Home By Emily Dickinson The feet of people walking home With gayer sandals go — The Crocus — til she rises The Vassal of the snow — The lips at Hallelujah Long years of practise bore Til bye and bye these Bargemen Walked singing on the shore. Pearls are the […]

The Rat By Emily Dickinson

The Rat By Emily Dickinson The rat is the concisest tenant. He pays no rent, — Repudiates the obligation, On schemes intent. Balking our wit To sound or circumvent, Hate cannot harm A foe so reticent. Neither decree Prohibits him, Lawful as Equilibrium. Copyright © by the owner. Discover More Poetry

A Rat Surrendered Here By Emily Dickinson

A Rat Surrendered Here By Emily Dickinson A Rat surrendered here A brief career of Cheer And Fraud and Fear. Of Ignominy’s due Let all addicted to Beware. The most obliging Trap Its tendency to snap Cannot resist- Temptation is the Friend Repugnantly resigned At last. Copyright © by the owner. Discover More Poetry

I Cannot Live With You By Emily Dickinson

I Cannot Live With You By Emily Dickinson I cannot live with You – It would be Life – And Life is over there – Behind the Shelf The Sexton keeps the Key to – Putting up Our Life – His Porcelain – Like a Cup – Discarded of the Housewife – Quaint – or […]