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  • And perish on the Day
    Himself is borne away
    From Mansion of the Universe
    A lifeless Deity.
    (Emily Dickinson, "")

  • I felt it shelter to speak to you.
    (Emily Dickinson)

  • Eden is that old-fashioned house we dwell in every day Without suspecting our abode, until we drive away
    (Emily Dickinson)

  • There's Ransom in a Voice --
    But Silence is Infinity.
    (Emily Dickinson, "")

  • The Mind lives on the Heart
    Like any Parasite --
    If that is full of Meat
    The Mind is fat.
    (Emily Dickinson, "")

  • We must be careful what we say. No bird resumes its egg.
    (Emily Dickinson)

  • Will you tell me my fault, frankly as to yourself, for I had rather wince, than die. Men do not call the surgeon to commend the bone, but to set it, Sir.
    (Emily Dickinson)

  • But during March and April
    None stir abroad
    Without a cordial interview
    With God.
    (Emily Dickinson, "")

  • Tomorrow, night will come again --
    Perhaps, weary and sore --
    Ah Bugle!
    (Emily Dickinson, "")

  • Robins, in the tradition
    Did cover such with leaves,
    But which the cheek --
    And which the pall
    My scrutiny deceives.
    (Emily Dickinson, "")

  • It has no Future -- but itself --
    Its Infinite contain
    Its Past -- enlightened to perceive
    New Periods -- of Pain.
    (Emily Dickinson, "")

  • The Definition of Beauty is
    That Definition is none --
    Of Heaven, easing Analysis,
    Since Heaven and He are one.
    (Emily Dickinson, "")

  • Or a leaving Home, or later,
    Parting with a World
    We have understood for better
    Still to be explained.
    (Emily Dickinson, "")

  • An Altitude of Death, that could
    No bitterer debar
    Than Life -- had done -- before it --
    Yet -- there is a Science more --
    (Emily Dickinson, "")

  • Bless God, he went as soldiers,
    His musket on his breast --
    Grant God, he charge the bravest
    Of all the martial blest!
    (Emily Dickinson, "")

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