The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson Quotes

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"There is a morn by men unseen - / Whose maids upon remoter green / Keep their Seraphic May - / And all day long, with dance and game, / And gambol I may never name - / Employ their holiday." Poem 24, lines 1-6, pg 17.

"A Wounded Deer - leaps highest - / I've heard the hunter tell - / 'Tis but the ecstasy of death - / And then the Brake is still!" Poem 165, lines 1-4 pg. 77.

"'Faith' is a fine invention / When Gentlemen can see - / But Microscopes are prudent / In an Emergency." Poem 185, pg. 87.

"'Hope' is the thing with feathers - / That perches in the soul - / And sings the tune without the words - / And never stops - at all -" Poem 254, lines 1-4, pg. 116

"My garden - like the beach - / Denotes there be - a sea - / That's Summer - / Such as These - the Pearls / She fetches - such...

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