The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson - Poems 1082-1353 Summary & Analysis

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Poems 1082-1353 Summary

In Poem 1085 Emily writes about the personality of Mother Nature and her family of plants and flowers. She states that Mother Nature is not to blame for smiling at the antics of her fanciful children. In Poem 1100 Emily changes gears and writes about the death of a loved one. She first notes the night of the death was common for everyone not associated with the death. The family noticed things about the loved one they'd never noted before. Emily writes about a feeling of jealousy that this loved one is so close to infinity while those associated are required to stay behind on earth.

Emily talks about the feeling of exhilaration in Poem 1118. She writes that this feeling of exhilaration raises people above their normal conditions and makes them feel as if they are somewhat better that their average circumstances. Even...

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